Director's Profile

Coach Hasril Bin Noordin

 Executive Chairman
 25 years experiance in Banking & Finance
 9 years experiance international banking & trade finance
 SEAP expert of SMIDEC
 Facilitator for MATRADE, SMIDEC, MREPC, Kraftangan & Companies
 Associate member of Institut Bank-Bank Malaysia
 Franchise Consultant of Perbadanan Nasional Berhad
 Business advisor & coach for Franchisors & Franchisees
 Ordinary Member of Malaysian Institute of Management
 Associate Member of Malaysian Franchise Association
 Certified Business Coach - UMcced
 Executive Committe of Asia Pacific Alliance of Coaches


Murni Allianze Consult Sendirian Berhad (the company) was incorporated on 31st March, 2004 with a paid-up capital of RM20,000-00 and an authorized capital of RM100,000-00. We are a one-stop business advisory center for businesses in need of financial advisory services and financing arrangement. We are also an authorized agent for Royal Mint Exchange Sdn Bhd for Credit Corporation Guarantee’s (CGC) loans, specifically the Direct Access Guarantee Scheme (DAGS). We are an associate member of The Malaysian Franchise Association under the Support Institution Group. MFA Registration number ASI-0605-09-CF We are a registered exporter with Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE). MATRADE Registration number 18543. The company is backed by a team of highly professional ex-bankers and accountants with untarnished work experience ranging from 15 to 22 years.


To be a reputable and a well-known financial advisory firm in the local and international arena.


To assist and to play a vital role as a one stop advisory centre for businesses in their quest for financing needs as well as for improvement of their businesses until they can become public listing material.


• To be an effective liaison between the Small and Medium’s (SMI) business owners and the financial institutions.
• To be a resource centre on the different banking products and grants available in the market place.
• To play a vital role in further increasing the bumiputra “slice of the pie” in the national economy, especially the SMI’s entrepreneurs.
• To assist the Government and also “Bumiputras” in their quest and aspiration to have increased participation of Bumiputras in commerce and industry.
• To utilize a “pool” of resources of ex-bankers who have taken the Voluntary Separation Scheme (VSS) through Bank’s consolidation in the banking industry.
• To provide a training ground and job opportunities for fresh graduates.