After completing his Master with Honors from Oxford University, Sam Tabar cast about for a law school. Colombia University was fortunate enough to gain his custom. He worked very hard, long hours at Colombia still finding time to act as an Associate Editor of the Colombia Law Review, maintain his French language proficiency and add Japanese competency as well – already laying a foundation for his future in international business.
Upon graduation, he joined Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP, a prestigious New York City law firm to start his career. Bloomberg says that Sam Tabar worked with clients to establish hedge funds, create investment management agreements, and manage employment challenges, and address regulatory and compliance issues for their businesses.
Ready to take on the finance industry, Tabar left Skadden in 2004 to work for a Hong Kong-based division of Sparx Group Co. First as counsel and then as Managing Director and Co-Head of Business Development, he managed all aspects of marketing and investor relations for a $2 billion hedge fund – that’s ‘billion’ with a ‘b’ – not bad for a man a few years out of law school.
This experience prepared him for the success in business ventures that awaited him. He was key in raising $1.2 billion in assets for his hedge fund and managed many successful investor introductions. From Sparx, Bank of America Merrill Lynch beckoned him to be its Director and Head of Capital Strategy for the Asia-Pacific area where he remained until 2012, assisting and managing capital allocations between fund managers and investors.
Returning to his first love, the law, Tabar joined Schulte Rothe & Zabel LLP, to work with their hedge funds as an established, experienced expert in that area. His areas of responsibility included employment issues and regulatory and compliance issues.
Today he turns his considerable talents to the FullCycle Energy Fund as COO. This company is dedicated to redefining the human species’ as regards waste. This is a long-term project still in its infancy about which Tabar is very excited as it combines his business know-how with efforts to improve the world for all of us, not just for a few investors.
Read more about Sam Tabar in such publications as the Huffington Post, Central Jersey Working Moms and in his own Twitter and Facebook releases.
The Brazilian advertising sector has very influential advertisers and Jose Borghi is at the top of the list. Jose founded Mullen Lowe Ad Agency, an advertising firm that was previously called Borghi Lowe. He has many campaigns to his name such as Mammals of Parmalat that involves children dressed as staffed animals singing jingles. He has also advertised Sazon, a very memorable advert.
As a young man, Jose was not sure exactly what he wanted to do in life. While in high school, his sister invited him to a theater called Castro Neves to watch a performance. This is where the idea of what he wanted to do life came to him. The performance involved an award ceremony at Canned. Jose Borghi later came to win the Cannes lions.
Campaigns and Awards
Jose has always been involved in important campaign. This started in the early years of his career. He has taken part in Fiat’s Review Concepts, Honda campaigns, and Down Syndrome Association’s Carlinhos among others. Other companies he has been involved with are Delta Airlines, Globo, Folha Group, Procter, American Express, and Antarctica among others. Some of the awards Jose Borghi has received are 7 London Festival Awards, 10 Clios Awards, 14 Cannes Lions as well as 15 April Avertising Awards.
Jose Borghi’s Ability
Jose Borghi is a very dedicated and persistent worker. An advertiser called Marathoner says Jose is very committed to his work. Jose says that life has taught him that no one can make life easy for him unless he works hard to make it so. This has helped hi achieve his goals by appreciating the fruits of hard work. He has learned to never give up until during setbacks in the course of trying to achieve his goals.
About Jose Borghi
Jose has a degree in advertising from PUC Campinas. His first job was at Standart Ogilvy Agency. He has also worked at other prosperous ad agencies such as Talent, FCB, Leo Burnett and DM9/DDB to start BorgiErh with Erh Ray, his partner. Jose says that they started the company from scratch without a godfather, investors or a bank to help. He attributed the company’s success to the fact that they learned everything first-hand. In November 2006, due to its success, Lowe acquired the agency that was later renamed to Borghi Lowe. The agency recently merged with Mullen Group and Lowe & Partner to become Mullen Lowe. Andre Gomes and Jose are co-CEO’s at the agency.
Read more about Jose Borghi on Mullen Lowe Group