BWA’s Pegan steps down

Jan 6, 2014 by Guest Writer

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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