Exim Bank appoints ex-chief of Mida Azman Mahmud as chairman | Money
KUALA LUMPUR, October 1 – Datuk Azman Mahmud, who retired as CEO of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority earlier this year, has been appointed chairman of the Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Bhd (Exim Bank) in as of today.
The government-owned development finance institution has said it succeeds Datuk Feizal Mustapha, who ended his tenure at the bank earlier this year.
Azman, who has spent more than three decades at Mida, brings with him a wealth of experience, particularly in driving investments and potential business opportunities, with a particular focus on leading performance-driven teams and results, Exim Bank said in a statement today.
“His collaborative leadership within the business ecosystem and his rich know-how in the investment industry will surely place him in a good position to guide the bank in the right direction as it fulfills its mandate as financier and advisor. preferred by global companies, âhe said.
In addition to the chairmanship of Exim Bank, Azman also chairs the board of directors of Panasonic Manufacturing Malaysia Bhd, Privasia Technology Bhd, SME Aerospace (SMEA) Sdn Bhd and UPM Holdings Sdn Bhd.
“He also holds various other positions on the board of directors of GDEX Bhd and Kulim Technology Park Corp, in addition to being a member of several organizations related to business development and investment, such as Invest Sabah Bhd and Penjana Kapital Sdn Bhd “, he declared. added. – Bernama