Sam Tabar Joins The Investment Industry After A Successful Career As An Attorney And Capital Strategist
Mr. Sam Tabar has been one of the most prolific attorneys who had ever worked in New York City. On top of this Sam Tabar has been a capital strategist who has worked for various world-class firms. Sam Tabar is also a philanthropist and he took up this mission after he quit his law and business career and went on to an investor. As an investor, Sam Tabar has invested in THINX and Verboten. His THINX investment pushes his philanthropy. This firm is a start-up fashion stable that makes trendy underwears for women in the United States. This start-up business model allows it to donate part of its profit from the sale if its products to charity. Sam Tabar says that this one of a kind business model stands out among other business models. He says that THINX allows women in America to support their fellow women in Africa by buying its products. The money donated is used to provide reusable pads to women and girls deep in Uganda.
His investment in Verboten is concerned with events hosting and management. Sam Tabar says that he decided to invest in this startup to follow his passion in event hosting. He says that he was looking to invest in a business that he liked doing and something that would make him fill part of it. This he found in Verboten. Sam Tabar say that he hopes that this startup will be able to grow and break through the entertainment and be among the top event hosting stables in the industry.
Sam Tabar previous career history is very rich in both the law and business sectors. For his education, he attended Oxford University for his business studies and graduated with honors. Columbia Law School was his law school, and he was able to pass with an amazing score. While in this law school he also worked for the Columbia Business Law Review as an associate editor.
He joined the business sector where he started his capital strategy career. He worked for SPARX Group Co./PMA Investment Advisors as its M.D and Head of Business Operations. He also worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch governing its Asia-Pacific operations. Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP marked his law comeback. In this firm, he was the Senior Associate. He retired from the firm in 2014 marking his end as a capital strategist and an attorney.