City & Corporate: The Week in the City

College Hill has appointed Matthew Tyler as a partner in its Natural Resources team.

He previously worked in corporate broking and specialist equity sales for investment banks including Evolution Securities and KBC Peel Hunt.

Bridon International, a global steel and wire rope manufacturer and a subsidiary of the Melrose Group, has retained WITH PR on a corporate comms brief. The recent start-up will drive PR around the launch of Bridon's £30m Neptune Quay development, a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility on Tyneside.

Powerscourt has recruited David Cohen as its first finance director. He joins from Bright Network, a seed capital-backed social media graduate recruitment company, where he was strategic finance director.

Surgical Innovations Group, a manufacturer of products for minimally invasive surgery, has appointed Walbrook PR to handle financial PR.

eNova, the multichannel retail expert, has brought in Hume Brophy to manage its media relations. Based in London, eNova provides strategic advice and products to clients looking to implement multichannel retail capabilities.

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