Sam Tabar received an MA and a BA from Oxford University where he graduated with honors serving as the President of the French Society now fluent in French. He then graduated from Columbia Law receiving a degree in finance law and served as the Assistant Editor for the Columbia Law Review. His education led him to one of the most highly sought after firms in the world, Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meaghen, and Flom where he continued to flourish his talents as a high profile attorney specializing in primarily hedge funds and structure as well as dealing with investment management applications. Due to his success and skill in these areas, he began ventures within business development as a firm based in Hong Kong, SPARX Group, affiliate company PMA Investment Advisors elected him as their Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific region. His success with this firm led him to Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and onto the Director of Adanac LLC in the British Virgin Islands, investing in start-up firms.
His education and experience led him to his current passion maintain successful business ventures, yet, able to give back to the community. As the Chief Financial Officer of Awearable Apparel Inc. in New York City, he is able to help women in Africa with feminine issues. Many women have found severs stress and abuse causes abnormalities. VOA News Reports: “According to figures recently issued by Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, ninety percent of South African women have experienced emotional and physical abuse; seventy-one percent have experienced sexual abuse; as many as five out of seven children are abused.” Mr. Sam Tabar is standing up and doing something about it. Crowdfunding has become his primary method in helping women in Africa and America to include one young woman who has been through severe abuse, a home, a car, new clothes, and other necessities. Her PayPal account: email@example.com
Read more about Tabar during in his work at Schulte Roth here: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2013-11-20/former-bofa-merrill-asia-cap-intro-head-tabar-joins-schulte-roth