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BWA’s Pegan steps down


Edward Pegan, formerly commercial manager of yacht agents BWA Yachting, has resigned to “pursue new professional challenges outside the group,” according to a press release.

Julian Madsen will take over the position Jan. 1, bringing a background in strategy and business development from commercial shipping. Madsen also has worked with BWA on various commercial projects and strategy implementation for the past four years.

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