Sam Tabar is known to many as a capital strategist. His career started at Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP. This was after he completed his graduation from the Columbia Law School. He worked as an Associate there.
While working here, Tabar was counseling clients on formation as well as the structure of hedge funds. He was looking into investment management agreements in addition to private placement memoranda. He was guiding clients on side letters and various employment issues, besides the regulatory and the compliance issues.
It was in 2004 that Sam Tabar joined SPARX Group Co. Soon he got promoted and became its Managing Director as well as the Co-Head of Business Development. Later he joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He became its Director as well as the Head of Capital Strategy. This was for the Asia-Pacific Region.
In 2013 Tabar came back into the legal field. He joined Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP. He worked there as a Senior Associate. He was looking into hedge funds, fund formation, structuring of funds, regulatory issues, and compliance issues and so on. He moved on in August 2014.
With so much experience behind him, people look up to him for investment tips. After all, investments securities are a complex world. It can be overwhelming for the newcomers. Capital strategist Sam Tabar has come out with top investment tips for all these newcomers.
He cautions against commodity trading as they are risky. He moots traditional mutual funds. Besides, commodity markets are volatile too. Hence due diligence is required before investing here. Next is the financial wherewithal required in order to absorb any short-term loss here.
An alternative to traditional stock markets can be the investments in the private business. This is because social entrepreneurship is increasing now. Hence investments in social startups can be a good opportunity here for making money as well as helping others.
Sam Tabar has recently invested in THINX. This is a women’s undergarment manufacturer that believes in empowering women. For each undergarment sold by THINX, seven sanitary cloth pads are given to AFRIpads that supplies sanitary products to the young and needy women in Africa.