Sam Tabar Brings His Talents To FullCycle Energy Fund

As originally reported by PRNewswire on December 15, 2015, Sam Tabar has been named as the Chief Operating Officer of FullCycle Energy Fund. He duties will involve setting and executing the fund management strategy for FullCycle, a fund that was established in 2013 with a focus of taking municipal solid waste and using it as a low cost fuel for the production of electricity. Tabar will concentrate on the company’s goal of transitioning away from high cost polluting fuels to low cost fuels.

Sam Tabar is an attorney who graduated from Columbia Law School. In private practice, he worked for business clients, advising in areas that involved a wide range of financial matters. When not working for a law firm, his emphasis has been on financial management while working for companies like Merrill Lynch (Bank of America) as its head of capital strategy. He also served as Co-Head of Marketing for Sparx Group, managing its global marketing effort. Sam can best be described as a capital strategist. He has also been a private venture capitalist. He will bring this wide range of talent and experience to FullCycle as he leads them in their mission.

Sam Tabar looks forward to working with the leadership team at FullCycle, and is excited to take on the next phase in his very successful career.  Sam’s official website has more.

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  1. This will be done by investing in plants that generate electricity, and moving those plants away from their past practices, and towards the use of municipal solid waste which is friendly to the environment. I do hope that dissertation writers hire those who are exceptionally good in the field.

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