Tan Sri Azman was appointed the Non-Executive Chairman of Sepang International Circuit on 14 October 2016. He has been a member of Sepang International Circuit’s Board of Directors since 2010.
After graduating with first class honours in Economics from the London School of Economics, he trained at KPMG in London and qualified as a chartered accountant before returning to Malaysia in 1988 where he built his career in investment banking. During the Asian Financial Crisis in 1998, Tan Sri Azman was tasked by the Malaysian Government to set up and head Danaharta, the national asset management company.
In 2003, he returned to the private sector and founded Symphony, a listed outsourcing group which he divested in 2019. His previous experience include directorships of AIA Group Limited, Sime Darby, Malaysia Airlines, PLUS Expressways as well as being Chairman of Symphony Life, Ranhill Utilities and Motosports Association of Malaysia. He is currently a board member of Bank Negara, the central bank of Malaysia.
A keen motorsports enthusiast, Tan Sri Azman has participated in many races in Malaysia. In 2004, he was named ‘Circuit Driver of The Year’ by the Automobile Association of Malaysia after winning the Malaysian Super Series Championship title as well as the Open Class for the Merdeka Millennium Endurance Race.