Mr Hazni Aris is currently a Global MBA candidate at the University of Manchester. He also holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Studies from Nanyang Technological University. He is a strong advocate of lifelong learning, he continues to upskill in different areas from people management and digital marketing.

Mr Hazni was formerly an Assistant Vice President, Business Development with Tokio Marine Life with more than a decade’s experience in sales and business development, covering both business-to-consumer and business-to-business. He has worked in multicultural environments in various international banks and insurers.

He has been active with youth and community service since graduating from university. He was one of the participants for an overseas youth expedition project organised by the Singapore International Foundation in 2001, where he was exposed to and helped in improving the living conditions of a remote village in central Cambodia by refurbishing a local school’s facilities and distributing alms to the needy. He was also the Youth Leader for the Singapore Participating Youth Contingent for the 30th Ship of the South East Asian Youth Programme.

He was involved in the Community Leaders Forum in 2010 and spearheaded the Windows on Work programme, as one of the pioneer CLF Lab Projects. The programme provides a platform for post-secondary students to learn valuable soft skills and entrepreneurship in preparing for the working world. He continues to oversee the programme when it was incorporated as a Young AMP programme in 2012. By acknowledging the complexities of modern urban life in Singapore coupled with rapid technological developments, he aims to continue to transform Young AMP for the youth of today and beyond.

Community Involvement

  • Vice-Chairman, AMP (2019 – present)
    • Director, AMP (2017 – present)
    • Chairman, Media & Relations Resource Panel, AMP (2019 – present)
  • President, Young AMP (2017 – 2020)
    • Vice President, Young AMP (2014 – 2016)
    • Member, Board of Management, Young AMP (2012 – 2020)