Sam Tabar is an American lawyer, entrepreneur and capital strategist based in New York City. During his free time, he likes to host events where he can freely interact with guests. Sam is a linguist. He is fluent in French. Sam has enjoyed a career as an attorney and capital strategist. His hard work ethic has seen him hold various leadership positions that have had a positive impact in his career.
Sam received his undergraduate degree from the prestigious Oxford University in 2000. Later, he joined Columbia Law School where he graduated with a Law degree. While in Columbia, he was appointed the Associate Editor for the school paper, the Columbia Business Law Review. Sam’s career took off at Skadden, Arps, Slater and Meagher & Flom LLP, a global and prestigious law firm. He served as an associate. In his position at Skadden, he dealt with issues pertaining to investments and investment management contracts, compliance and regulatory, private placement memorandum contracts and employments.
After working at Skadden for three years, he moved to PMA Investment, which is a subsidiary of the Hong Kong based Sparx Group. He started as a legal advisor and later became the managing director and business development co-head. In his position, he created good investor relations and managed the global marketing sector. By creating a strategic marketing plan, Sam was able to woo high net worth family enterprises, individuals and corporations. Through his efforts, the firm was able to raise $1.2 billion in assets and a Rolodex of more than 2000 investors. By working closely with the founding partners of PMA Investment, Sam was able to bring in innovative ideas that have proven profitable for the firm.
Sam worked for Bank of America, Merrill Lynch as the capital strategy head and director. Mr. Tabar was in charge of the Pacific- Asia zone. He specialized in offering counsel to hedge fund clients. Later, Sam resumed his law career and joined Adanac LLC, BVI and Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. Mr. Tabar was at the firm for a short period before leaving to focus on his private investments.
Sam was introduced to Antonia and Miki, the owners of THINX, via a mutual friend, and they even inspired him to create his own GoFundMe to continue doing good for Africa. At the time, Sam was not interested in investing in the company but after interacting with the two and going through their business model, he was fascinated. He invested in the firm. By use of his experience and influence, Sam has helped the enterprise remarkable growth in the market. He;s also an avid photographer, frequently utilizing mediums like Instagram to showcase his amateur works.