Revlon CFO steps down, COO Peterson steps up
Revlon Chief Financial Officer Juan Figuereo has announced his retirement from the company and will be succeeded immediately by the company's recently-hired Chief Operating Officer, Chris Peterson.
Figuereo joined the $3 billion dollar Revlon last year from his role as Audit Committee Chair at PVH Corp. He played an integral role through the early stages of the Elizabeth Arden acquisition. As the acquisition is well on its way, Figuereo has announced his retirement.
Peterson came to Revlon not even two months ago from a CFO role with Ralph Lauren where he oversaw global brand presidents there. He has a background in finance and leadership which he built upon through two decades at Proctor & Gamble. He is an Ohio native and received his degree from Cornell University.
Peterson's focus for the past two months at Revlon has been on supply chain, finance and IT. As COO he was responsible for Revlon's manufacturing, supply chain, information technology, finance and accounting.
He steps into the Chief Financial Officer role effective immediately, offering a seamless succession plan for Revlon.
Revlon CEO Fabian Garcia gave a status update on the Elizabeth Arden acquisition saying, "Our integration is on track and, as we have reported, exceeding our initial synergy expectations."
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