Sam Tabar’s Appointment at FullCycle a Boost to the Company’s Mission

New York-based attorney Sam Tabar was recently named Chief Operations Officer of FullCycle Fund Company. The vastly experienced capital strategist, who also serves as Chief Financial Officer for Awearable Apparel, will guide FullCycle towards achieving its goal of powering the community through clean energy by minimizing the amount of pollution caused by fossil fuels. The company, working with their partner Synova Company, funds the acquisition cutting-edge equipment for the recycling of municipal solid waste to produce cleaner energy. FullCycle was established in 2013 and is reshaping the production of environmentally friendly fuel through its innovative OLGA design.

The appointment of Sam Tabar is influenced by the entrepreneur’s broad leadership experience. The highly successful financial strategist has held leadership positions at some of the world’s top financial institutions. He served as Managing Director and co-head marketer for the Sparks Group. Afterward, he joined Merrill Lynch and worked as the Head of Capital Strategy. His other executive offices were at Adanac LLC, BVI and PMA Investments Advisors LTD in Hong Kong.

Tabar holds a master’s degree in law from Columbia Law School, where he served as editor of the Columbia Business Law Journal. He also attended Oxford University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. In 2014 he opened a hedge fund management firm that he currently runs beside his appointments at FullCycle.

In a world that is becoming increasingly environment-conscious, given the devastation that pollution has brought, FullCycle Fund Company is creating significant impact. It is a daunting task, but with Sam Tabar at the helm, the project’s success looks seems assured.


  • Natasha Fletcher on

    Tabar’s next appointment was with Schulte Roth and the Zabel LLP until 2014. He also worked with Bank of America as hedge fund manager. The company also takes part in the process of reviving older generation electric plants to produce clean energy. It is so magnanimous that review has not been able to plan these things on from the start to the finish which certainly not the way around this too.

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