I’ve been reading a couple articles online, trying to get a handle on the investment world. It’s not easy, but I figure, with the national debt the way it is, probably have to take care of my own retirement. So I came across a couple of these, and they seemed like pretty good advice. But I wanted to learn more about this Sam Tabar guy, and why I should trust his methods over everybody else.
Sam Tabar is an Honor’s Graduate from Oxford University in England and New York’s Columbia Law School. These top-notch educational opportunities allowed Sam Tabar to leap to the front of the pack as a young aspiring lawyer, and he has never looked back. Following the completion of law school, he joined a prestigious firm where he was able to quickly make an impact on their operations. From his first job, Mr. Tabar was given important clients and cases that allowed him to develop his skills as a young lawyer. Sam Tabar’s early years saw him work with various issues to include: hedge fund formations, employment issues, compliance and regulatory issues and issues involving private placement memoranda.
Following a career transition to Hong Kong, Sam Tabar stated working the for Sparx Group where he ultimately rose through the ranks to become the firm’s managing director of business development. He was responsible for the marketing efforts on a $2 billion global hedge fund, and he developed an investment strategy that targeted high-value individuals, wealthy international investors and institutional investors.
In 2011, Mr. Tabar once again moved firms when he joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the Director and Head of Strategic Capital for the whole Asia Pacific region. With this increased responsibility, Sam Tabar was able to leverage his education and experience to take the division to new heights. Sam Tabar counseled hedge fund managers, endowment directors, foundation managers, funds of funds, and large family account managers, which he also talks about on Twitter.
In 2013, Sam Tabar transitioned back into the world of law when he signed on as a Senior Associate for Schulte Roth & Zabel. Mr. Tabar leveraged his knowledge gained in the finance world to provide legal counsel to hedge funds. His in-depth knowledge of the industry allowed him to provide sage advice on topics ranging from fund formation to compliance issues. Mr. Tabar has since left Schulte Roth & Zabel. He is in search of the next big opportunity he says on Facebook, and he still has the knowledge and connections to help any company, endowment or pension fund that is involved in a hedge fund or looking to find a fund that may be right for their needs. Mr. Tabar is fluent in both English and French, and his functional ability in Japanese make him a versatile selection for a company that is engaged in global operations or investment positions.