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Northrop & Johnson has hired Anthony Rendall and Greg Dagge as part of its Asia-based brokerage team working out of Hong Kong.

Rendall previously worked in sales and marketing for luxury companies such as Chanel and Luxottica Spa, and as a freelance writer/translator for French publishing houses Hachette and Gallimard.

Anthony Rendall

He settled in Hong Kong in 2013 and joined Saffron Marina as an independent broker in 2014. He is fluent in English, French, Italian and Spanish, and has a passion for yachting.

Greg Dagge

Dagge is a former professional racing sailor who later developed a successful veterinary business in Hong Kong. In 1990, he sold his veterinary business to pursue a full-time career in yachting. His brokerage background includes sales and marketing experience in Asia and Australia.

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