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BWA Yachting CEO leaves; interim named

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Switzerland-based yacht agency BWA Yachting has appointed Paschalis Patsiokas as interim chief executive officer after it was announced that current CEO Stefano Tositti is leaving.

Patsiokas was previously executive vice president of BWA Yachting and has worked in various roles for the organization for over 12 years.

“The board sees enormous growth opportunities on which BWA Yachting can capitalize,” said Makis Pavlatos, chairman of the BWA Yachting board. “We have talented local and corporate teams and intend to keep the company to a path of robust growth and industry-leading innovation.”

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