Sam Tabar is an experienced legal counsel who specializes in complex corporate transactions and lawsuit including contract disputes. He has played critical role of providing advisory services to his clients on ways of minimizing litigation risks during transactions. Sam has been representing clients on corporate issues like regulatory and investment matters.
Accomplishments of Sam Tabar
Previously, Sam Tabar worked at Merrill Lynch (Bank of America), where he served in the position of Head of Capital Strategy. He was responsible for advising investment fund clients on various aspects such as fund formation, endowments, pensions, funds of funds, foundations and also growth and expansion strategy. Learn more about Sam Tabar: http://icrowdnewswire.com/2016/11/10/sam-tabar-become-awearable-apparels-new-chief-financial-officer/
As a capital strategist, he also served as the MD at Sparx Asset Management, an investment firm that had more than $12 billion AUM.
Tabar’s current position
Currently, Sam Tabar is working at Awearable Apparel, serving as the CFO. The company specializes in manufacturing kids, clothing with unique features that can provide information to parents on whereabouts of their children. The firm has helped parents to locate lost kids with ease, even if they have not subscribed to any service. Sam’s vast experience, particularly as MD of Sparx Group has enabled him create excellent business strategy for Awearable Apparel.
Sam Tabar studied at Oxford University and Columbia Law School. He graduated with honors at Oxford. He always had interest in legal matters as well as finance. He was able to specialize in both areas, and has been very successful.
After his graduation, Sam joined a prestigious legal firm in New York, and then later worked for Schulte, Roth & Zabel. Tabar has shown interests in startups businesses, and for that reason, he added another platform Thinx to his investment.
Thinx specializes in supplying women’s undergarments that are hygienic to use during their menstruation. Sam has ensured that a fraction of funds generated from the sale of these products have been donated to buy sanitary supplies for girls and women in least developed countries in Africa.
This initiative is extremely important because some girls are unable to attend school, since they do not have sanitary towels to cater for the situation.