Born Sam Tabar, the New York based lawyer and businessman is one of the most influential leaders in the country. He specializes in capital strategies and has played an instrumental role in the transformation of business practices in the state. Most people just know the larger than life name of the entrepreneur, but only a few know the tough journey he has been through to get to where he is. Below are things you might not know about Sam Tabar.
Early life and education
According to CrunchBase, Sam was born and brought up in Montreal Quebec, Canada. He attended the first years of his elementary school in the country. It was after successfully completing his high school education that he joined the University of Oxford. After graduating Oxford with top honors, he enrolled in the School of law at the University of Columbia and graduated as an attorney in 2001. While at the University, he worked for their paper, The Columbia Business Law Review.
His career path
Sam Tabar worked for the Business Law review paper for a few years before he left again and joined Skadden, Arps, Meagher and Flom LLP. This is one of the most recognized law firms on the globe. His responsibility was to the hedge fund clients and the things they could do to help them invest properly in them. He stayed here until 2004.
He shocked many when he decided he had had it with his legal career and decided to switch gears completely. He approached the world of high finance as a rookie. The first company that took him in was the Sparx Group. He worked here as a counsel and worked all the way up to the post of managing Director. He was managing a hedge fund worth 2 billion dollars. This is the time when he created a strategy that was aimed at people with a great net worth. Before he left the company in 2011, he had helped them raise over 1.2billion dollars.
He joined the Bank of America after leaving the Sparx Group. He got an appointment as the Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia and Pacific Region. He decided to rejoin the legal world in 2013. He became a senior associate at the Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. Again, he specialized in hedge funds.
His career has been quite illustrious, and his investment portfolio is even more impressive. He is also very philanthropic. One of the courses of action he is passionate about is Thinx Company, which provides sanitary products to women that cannot reach them in third world countries. Sam is fluent in English, French and Japanese. When not working, he travels and hosts events. Sam Tabar is a truly inspirational leader in the world of business. Recently, Sam became the CFO for Awearable Apparel. You can read about this in iCrowdNewswire.