Sam Tabar has become the Chief Financial Officer for a company called Awearable Apparel. This is addition to his being the CEO at FullCycle Energy. This company has the ability to burn up solid waste by taking electrical generators and refitting them.
Children’s clothing is the specialty at Awearable Apparel. Their amazing line has of kids clothes has a built in device that allow parents to easily find their child should they become lost. This idea is perfect for Tabar as this skill was honed to perfection when he worked at the Sparx Group. His position there involved relations with their investors as well as global marketing. He is doing all the fund raising for the new business.
Tabar is a major contributor to the website for Post, and is also responsible for the financial commentary and news regarding legal matters. Tabar’s experience in legal matters combined with his experience with investors will be an enormous asset for the Huffington Post. Tabar has a reputation for giving practical, solid advice in investments that are quite complex. There was a volatile area where he gave his recommendation for commodity trading. He felt the diversification for the casual investors would be an excellent idea.
Tabar is a lawyer and holds degrees from Oxford and Columbia. He graduated with honors. He keeps his standing in the bar in New York and also has financial interests. Upon graduating, he went to work for a well know law firm in New York. Eventually he ended up as at Merrill Lynch where he was able to work with funding managers. His fluency in the Japanese language came in handy because he went to work for investment advisors located in Hong Kong. The company was managed by his law firm.
Tabar’s experience and expertise in both law and the investment fields make his advice worth listening to. He can be located on most social media sites.