Sam Tabar’s Career As A Capital Strategist And Attorney

Sam Tabar is a successful capital strategist and renowned attorney based in New York City. After graduating from Columbia Law School, he stated his career by working for Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP as an associate.

He provided clients with advice on private placement memoranda, employment issues, investment management agreements and side letters. Later, he switched careers by moving into the corporate world.

SPARX Group Company / PMA Investment Advisors recruited Sam to serve as the managing director and co-manager of business development. In the corporation, Sam was responsible for managing its global marketing and investor relations. He was also in charge of the company’s $2 billion hedge fund.

In addition, Sam Tabar developed a strategic marketing plan for PMA Investment Advisors that zeroed in on large family offices, ultra high-net-worth clients and institutional investors. He played an instrumental role in providing the corporation with a rolodex of more than 2000 prospective investors.

Sam developed more than 4000 investor introductions. The executive was actively involved in raising $1.2 billion in assets for the company. He also worked with the CEO and founding partners to facilitate business development. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://www.slideshare.net/SamTabar

Later, he joined the successful Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the director of capital strategy. Sam was in charge of the Asia-Pacific Region. Here, he managed all the capital allocations cycle between investors and fund managers. Moreover, he built an additional rolodex of more than 1,250 institutional investors. In 2012, Sam Tabar left the company to work for Adanac as the director. It is here that Sam invested in various properties and start-ups, including Verboten and Thinx. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://angel.co/sam-tabar

He decided to invest in Thinx because of the entity’s social benefits to the community. Owners of the company told Sam that they had been providing sanitary towels to women in Africa. This way, the recipients of the same have been able to undertake their duties without worrying about the pads during their menstrual cycles. AFripad provides these items to underprivileged women.

After serving in the business sector for long, Sam went to practice law as an associate at the Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. He advised his clients on hedge funds, compliance and regulatory issues, as well as fund structure and formation.

Some his hobbies are hosting events and travelling. Sam is a graduate of the University of Oxford. He is also an alumnus of the Columbia Law School. Sam has Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts.