Sam Tabar is a well-respected attorney and financial planner based out of New York City. He attended college at the prestigious Oxford University where he graduated with honors and then he went on to Columbia Business Law School. During his time at Columbia he served as Associate Editor of Columbia Business Law Review. He graduated in 2001 and immediately went to work as an associate at Scadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Sam Tabar transitioned from the law firm into business development and wealth management. He held the position as managing director and co-head of business development at the company of SPARX Group Co./PMA Investment Advisors before he accepted a position as director and head of capital strategy at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch in 2011. He managed the Asia-Pacific region serving in Hong Kong.
Sam Tabar jumped back into practicing law in 2013, joining the Lawyerist community, where he joined the law firm of Schulte Roth & Zapel LLP as a senior associate managing hedge fund accounts. In this capacity he delivers counsel on fund structure and development, investment management issues, employment matters, regulatory and compliance problems.
He served at this law firm for one year in a managing position. Sam Tabar currently is diverse and can speak English, French and Japanese. He enjoys traveling and hosting various events. His background is diverse and he is well educated in law and business and currently invests in American start up companies such as Verboten and Thinx. He is an intelligent and diverse man serving in multiple business capacities.