Sam Tabar spent most of his professional career developing capital strategies for hedge funds such as Merrill Lynch. His work involved interacting with fund managers and offering them insights on foundations, endowments, family offices, funds of funds, and pensions. Tabar also spent part of his career consulting on legal operations for the bank. Before working with Merrill Lynch, Sparx Group had benefited from his hedge fund expertise when he headed the marketing department of the company.
As an attorney, Sam Tabar worked in several law firms in the United States. These include Slate & Flom, Skadden, Meagher, and Arps. Throughout his tenure at these law firms, he handled litigation law matters. Tabar attended Oxford University and graduated with an arts degree. He later joined the Columbia Law School to pursue a master’s in law. As Tabar pursued his master’s, one of his part-time jobs included editing the Columbia Business Law Journal. After completing his master’s degree, he sat for the New York State Bar exams and passed.
Private Investment Career
Besides his law career, Tabar also had a successful career as a private investor. He is usually keen on monitoring start-ups with a potential to grow financially. Tabar invested in Tribute after it was founded because of its critical acclaim. Currently, he passionately invests in a startup that addresses women hygiene needs. His investment in SheThinx is focused on empowering women across the globe.
Sam Tabar urges investors to integrate commodity trading into their investment portfolio. In 2015, Tabar spoke about the Fidelity Investments survey that was carried on consumers regarding their financial resolutions for the year 2016. The Survey found out that only 54 percent of the people interviewed wish to make financial resolutions. Tabar’s expertise lies in helping low and high net worth individuals to plan for their expenditures and retirements. As he advises people on financial planning, he urges them to invest in commodity markets. He believes that these markets are better than stock markets in terms of volatility. He advises commodity investors to be prepared for the short-term losses that usually occur in volatile markets such as the commodity trading market.