Sam Tabar is a New York attorney who specializes in capital strategy. LinkedIn says that he attended Oxford University, where he graduated with honors and earned his bachelor’s degree. After graduation, he attended Columbia Law School and worked on the Columbia Business Law Review as Associate Editor, in addition to being a member of the Instagram community. When he passed the bar exam in 2001, Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP hired him as an associate. It is a world-premier law firm.
One of his main duties at the firm was to help clients with things such as the formation and structure of hedge funds, agreements for investment management, memoranda for private placement, side letters, and issues concerning regulations and compliance in employment. After working at Skadden for three years, Tabar joined PMA Investment Advisers of Hong Kong to work in high financing.
He worked as an attorney for PMA Investment Advisers until he was promoted as their Managing Director and Co-Head of Business Development. This position allowed him to concentrate on the various facets of global marketing and relations with prominent investors in a hedge fund worth $2 billion.
Some of the highlights of his career with PMA Investment Advisers include designing and executing a strategic marketing plan that dealt with people of extreme wealth, large family offices and institutional investors. Tabar compiled a roster of over 2000 qualified investors and over 400 potential investor introductions. He worked with the firm’s founding partners and CEO concerning any matters in business or development. Tabar also was instrumental in raising $1.2 billion of assets for the firm as Bloomberg shows.
After seven productive years with PMA Investment Advisers, he was hired as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy for Bank of American Merrill Lynch’s Asia-Pacific region. He counseled the hedge fund clients of the firm and marketed to institutional investors such as large family offices, funds of funds, pensions, foundations and endowments. He was responsible for all of the capital allocations cycles between clients and fund managers. In the course of a year, he succeeded in compiling a list of over 1,250 institutional investors. After that, he left to work for Adanac LLC as its Director. Some of the properties that Tabar invested in were Verboten and Thinx, which were start-ups in America.
He returned to his legal roots when he was hired as a Senior Associate in the firm of Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. He was responsible for managing hedge funds and counseling for the formation and structure of funds. He also managed private placement memoranda, side letters and issues concerning employment.
Today, Sam Tabar runs his own successful firm which serves the financial needs of hundreds of clients. He uses the years of financial experience he has to expand his global clientele. Sam is also a major music lover, and has a popular account on SoundCloud where he frequently posts tracks.