Revlon COO Chris Peterson has resigned from his role, effective July 31 according to an SEC filing as reported by WWD.
When contacted by WWD, Revlon declined to comment on Peterson’s departure. Peterson was charged with overseeing Revlon’s global supply chain, finance and IT. He joined the company in spring 2017 under then-CEO Fabian Garcia, whose departure was announced in January this year.
Peterson’s decision to quit was made just two months after Debbie Perelman joined as President and CEO. She is responsible for spearheading the company’s digital revolution and ushering in a ‘culture of innovation’.