Sam Tabar is a New York based lawyer, entrepreneur and leader in business. He has been an investor for a number of years now and has created quite an influence in the business circles. The many people that know Sam do not understand the process and the journey that it has taken the man to get where he is. Below are some interesting things you may not know about Sam.
Art Station says that Sam Tabar is a native of Montreal, Quebec Canada. He started elementary school there and completed his high school education there. After performing exceptionally well in his high school, he got a chance to study at the University of Oxford.
According to Bloomberg, Sam Tabar graduated cum laude from the university and then proceeded to the University of Columbia’s law school. In 2001, he was admitted to the bar as an attorney at law. He was very active in writing and editing while at the University as he contributed to The Columbia Business Law Review.
His first Legal job was with the Skadden, Arps, Meagher and Flom LLP. He was to take care of the hedge fund clients and come up with strategies to help them make better investments. Sam Tabar worked for the firm for three years before he decided to move on.
What was shocking about his decision to move on was the fact that he decided to switch gears completely and get into the world of finance. He approached the Sparx group and started his career as a rookie, then, he worked his way up to a managerial position.
At the time, he was the manager of a hedge fund that had grown to the amount of 2 billion dollars. Before he left the company, he had helped them raise over 1.2 billion dollars.
The next destination for Sam was the Bank of America. He was appointed to the post of Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the entire Asian and Pacific region.
After rolling in the world of high finance, he decided it was time to rejoin the legal profession in 2013. He was invited to the position of senior associate at the Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, where he managed hedge fund clients.
Sam is also a philanthropist who supports initiatives such as the Thix Company, which provides sanitary products for women in the third world.