Fullcycle Energy’s Success Under The Leadership Of Sam Tabar

Sam Tabar is a New York-based practicing lawyer and hedge fund advisor for various companies. His extensive experience in law and capital-raising strategies draws on his 17 years of practice in the fields. Over the years, he has raised $1.2 billion for several investment companies. Read more: Sam Tabar: A Shining Financial and Legal Mind

Presently, Sam works as the chief operating officer (COO) of FullCycle Energy and the chief financial officer (CFO) of Awearable Apparel. Since joining FullCycle Energy in December 2014, he has exhibited a deep sense of duty, which has seen the company expand its operations and enhance its profitability margins.

At FullCycle, Sam Tabar is responsible for creating marketing plans and raising capital from different sources, including HNW and Endowments, analyzing and making specific investment decisions, and overseeing the daily operations in relation to tax, law, accounting, administration and compliance. In less than three years, Sam has managed to establish a highly customized and targeted list of 450 investors. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://angel.co/sam-tabar

He has also developed an institutional deck and fund summary. In addition, Sam has raised significant amount of capital, and institutionalized operating processes within the company in partnership with service providers.

Notably, Sam has achieved much success in both the corporate world and legal field owing to his broad skill set that includes management, strategy, litigation, mergers & acquisition, due diligence, legal research, investment banking and compliance.

Sam Tabar is a proud alumnus of the University of Oxford where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree. Later, he enrolled in Columbia Law School where he earned his master’s degree in law. Tabar served as an associate editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.

After graduating, Sam worked as an associate at Skadden, Meagher & Flom LLP. The attorney’s tenure at Skadden saw him provide clients with professional advice on hedge fund formation and structure.

In 2004, he joined Sparx Group/PMA Investment Advisors where he managed a $2 billion hedge fund, and helped the firm to raise $1.2 billion AUM. Later, he was recruited by the Bank of America Merrill Lynch to serve as the director of capital strategy for the Asia Pacific Region.

Owing to his vast experience, Sam was appointed to serve as a director of Adanac LLC, BVI. After working in the corporate world for a long time, Sam returned to the legal field by joining Schulte & Zabel as a senior associate.

Tony Petrello Committed To Research

Prior to coming to Nabors Industries, a large oil and gas-drilling contractor based in Hamilton, Bermuda, Anthony Petrello was a managing partner at the law firm of Baker & McKenzie.

In 1991, he was elected to the Board of Directors of Nabors Industries, and he’s currently the CEO of the company. Mr. Petrello is also a member of the Board of Trustees at Texas Children’s Hospital.

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Even though Tony Petrello has his hands full with his business obligations, he’s also dedicated to being involved with the research needed to help his daughter, Carena. She was born prematurely at 24 weeks and weighed a little more than a pound at birth. When she was an infant, she was diagnosed with periventricular leukomalacia (PVL), a neurological disease that was caused by a lack of oxygen or blood flow to the brain, a common occurrence in premature babies. That resulted in several developmental delay issues for Carena. The good news is that she’s making progress all the time, and she’s now able to chew solid food. Tony and his wife, Cynthia Petrello, are committed to helping to fund the translational research that will help Carena and children like her to be able to reach their full potential.

Find more about Anthony Petrello: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/steffy/article/Nabors-keeps-overpaying-CEO-4356088.php

Vijay Eswaran Is Having A Significant Impact Throughout Asia

The QI Group is a multilevel marketing industry juggernaut. The company has hundreds of thousands of workers, an incredible array of products and a presence in more than 30 countries around the world. Plus their annual revenue is in excess of $750 million a year.

That is very impressive for a company that was co-founded by someone that was a relative novice in multilevel marketing when he started the company in 1998. That man was Malaysia native Vijay Eswaran. He had learned about multilevel marketing while studying socioeconomics in the U.K. and working on his MBA in the U.S. in the 1980s. Learn more about Sam Tabar: https://hk.linkedin.com/in/eswaranvijay

When he was given the opportunity to start the QI Group in the Philippines, Eswaran had not run his own multilevel marketing company before. Plus Asia was in the midst of an economic crisis. But he was not deterred. He believed in the company’s potential and was willing to put in the work it would take to make it successful.

And with the help of his team of independent marketing representatives the company thrived. Vijay Eswaran went from his working-class roots to being one of Asia’s 50 richest men. The independent sales representatives went from living in near poverty to becoming very prosperous people. Together they have improved life for an untold number of people.

But Vijay Eswaran hasn’t fulfilled all his dreams for the QI Group. He’s working on having the company build and run a world-class university. He also envisions the company creating a small city with all the latest technological advancements and that’s in harmony with the environment.

People that know Eswaran know better than to doubt his resolve and the power of his dreams. That means completing the university and the city are just a matter of time. His overall goal is to have the QI Group be a resource that can benefit the entire region long after he is gone.

Since the success of the QI Group Vijay Eswaran now has the respect and admiration of people throughout the region. Plus he is also regularly invited to give talks at regional economic forums.