As reported by PRNewswire, FullCycle Energy Fund has recently found its latest Chief Operating Officer in Sam Tabar. This position will give Tabar the responsibility over the company’s fund management strategy as they move forward in the company’s future.
When asked how he felt about this move, Sam Tabar said he was especially excited to work with the existing employees at the FullCycle Energy Fund company. He feels that while he can offer a lot in terms of service to the company, he can learn a lot as well. The senior leadership and executive partners already present at the company will serve to teach him more and more about the processes of being an efficient COO at a company such as FullCycle Energy.
In addition, Sam Tabar is excited about the overall goal and mission statement of the company. He is very passionate about the transfer globally from high cost and dangerous polluting fuels to more financially sound and environmentally friendly alternatives.
He has had a long history of working in such situations that will prove to be invaluable as he and the company move forward together. For much of his financial career, Sam Tabar has worked as Head of Capital Strategy for Merrill Lynch (more often known as Bank of America). In this role, he provided fund managers with targeted introductions to investment basics such as foundations, pensions, and endowments. During this time period, he also consulted on operations as he built and developed both back and front office teams. Prior to his role with Merrill Lynch, he worked as Co-Head of Marketing for Sparx Group (PMA). In this position, he was involved financially in the largest independent fund in Asia Pacific. Throughout his career, he has managed all different angles and possibilities of the global marketing services industry. This makes him especially correct for his newly acquired position with FullCycle Energy Fund.
Combining Tabars’ past experience with his new responsibility will prove beneficial together. Check him out on About.me to learn more about Sam and his career.