Take a look at the climb to the top for Sam Tabar and one thing will become quite obvious, he has made his fortune the old-fashioned way. Sam Tabar has spent the majority of his career moving up the ranks in the fund management industry, and today he is looked upon as a role model in this field.
To understand the success behind the man, one just needs to dissect his resume and stand back in awe and his amazing rise in power. Sam Tabar was the head of the capital strategy department for Bank of America (Merrill Lynch). In that role, Sam Tabar provided other fund managers with some targeted introductions to everyday investors like pensions, foundations, endowments, family offices, and fund of funds. He was instrumental in consulting on legal, operations, and building front and back office teams.
Even before his rise at Bank of America, Mr. Tabar was co-head of the marketing department for Sparx Group. PMA is considered to be the largest independent fund in Asia Pacific. While at that position, Mr. Tabar managed and worked every facet of the global marketing effort.
Sam Tabar also worked as a lawyer for Schulte, Roth & Zabel as well as the firm of Skadden, Arps, Meagher, Slate & Flom.
Mr. Tabar does hold a Bachelor of Arts from Oxford and a Masters of Law from Columbia Law School. He achieved those academics with honors, then went on to become the editor of Columbia Business Law Journal. Currently, Mr. Tabar is a member of the state bar in New York.
To get an understanding of how Sam Tabar has climbed to the top of this industry, you only need look at his record and see how he was always at the ground-floor of opportunities that later went on to become global successes. Simply look at his career as a private investor to see this in action. Mr. Tabar was one of the first investors in SheThinx and Tribute. The company went on to re-invent the feminine hygiene industry by empowering women from around the globe with their social mission. Check out more on Tabar’s career on his official website.