Sam Tabar and FullCycle Turning Waste into Clean Energy

Sam Tabar is a top New York attorney who serves as Chief Operations Officer of FullCycle Fund Company and the Chief Financial Officer of Awearable Apparel. FullCycle was founded by Ibrahim AlHusseini in 2013 with the aim of minimizing environmental pollution through the recycling of solid waste. The company funds the purchase of technologically advanced recycling machines so as to convert the solid waste into clean energy that can be used to power societies around the world. FullCycle also helps to fix older power plants that produce clean, eco-friendly electricity. One of the achievements of the firm is the development and patenting of the innovative OLGA design that has made the process of recycling both quick and cost-effective.

Sam Tabar brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to FullCycle, having worked in several large financial institutions around the world. Before his current position at the firm, Tabar had served as hedge fund manager for Bank of America. He had also worked as managing director at Sparks Group. After his position at Sparks Group, Tabar moved on to Merrill Lynch and served as the Head of Capital Strategy. Afterward, he joined Schulte Roth and the Zabel, LLP, where he worked as a senior associate. At the law firm, he specialized in the management of hedge funds and regulatory issues. His other leadership experience includes his position as Director at Adanac LLC.

Apart from working for other firms, Tabar has invested in his companies. In 2014, the successful entrepreneur opened a hedge fund management company. Much earlier, he had invested in THINX and SPARX companies. One of the companies, THINX, produces hygiene products for ladies that have been beneficial in improving the lives of women, especially in Africa.

Sam Tabar attended Oxford University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He also holds a master’s degree in Law from Columbia University.