<strong>List Group</strong><br />The markets software provider has appointed Antonio Attanasio (left) as chief marketing officer and Marco de Matti as a sales manager.<br /><br />Attanasio will oversee the firm&rsquo;s marketing strategy and also work with its quantitative finance division, FMR Consulting. He has worked at Reuters, Dow Jones and GL Trade.<br /><br />De Matti joins from business process management software firm Ultimus.<br /><br /><strong>Cardano </strong><br />The solvency management specialist has appointed Adelaide de Casson and Darran Specter to its London-based investment management team to focus on researching and selecting global macro and multi-strategy investments, including hedge funds.<br /><br />De Casson previously worked for Lehman Brothers and Deutsche Bank in the area of risk management for hedge fund clients.<br /><br />Specter joins from Schroders&rsquo; fund of hedge fund operation, NewFinance Capital, where he was a member of the research and investment committees.<br /><br /><strong>Gartmore</strong><br />Matt Pumo is to join the asset management firm as business development director, with responsibility for the UK institutional business.<br /><br />Pumo spent the past eight years at Liontrust Asset Management, where he was latterly senior relationship manager, tasked with building institutional client and investment consultant relationships.<br /><br />He has also previously worked at Bankers Trust in London and New York.<br /><br />In his new role, he will work with Gartmore&rsquo;s head of global institutional, Angus Woolhouse, on promoting long-only and alternative products to UK corporate pension schemes, insurance firms and local authorities.<br /><br /><strong>Deloitte</strong><br />The business advisory firm has promoted eight senior tax specialists to partner and six to associate partner.<br /><br />Richard Day, Helen Devenney, Myles Duckworth, Tim Haden, Nick Marsden, Ben Moseley, Ben Powell and Guy Seeger become partners. <br /><br />Jason Craig, Colin Hailey, Sam Hart, Sue Holmes, Roger Horwood and Richard Turner, who are also all tax specialists, have been made associate partner.<br /><br /><strong>City University</strong><br />The London University has appointed Roger Neill as director of its newly-launched centre for creativity in professional practice.<br /><br />Neill was until recently international managing partner for Synectics, a pioneer of innovation and creativity. He is currently managing partner of Per Diem and has previously worked at a number of the world&rsquo;s largest advertising agencies, including Saatchi &amp; Saatchi, where he was appointed to the board at only 27.