Item 5.02. Appointment of Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.
Election of Sergio Pedreiro as Chief Operating Officer. On December 16, 2019, the Board of Directors of Revlon Consumer Products Corporation (“RCPC”),
and on January 2, 2020 the Board of Directors of Revlon, Inc. (“Revlon” and together with RCPC and its subsidiaries, the “Company”), elected Sergio Pedreiro as Revlon’s and RCPC’s Chief Operating Officer, effective January 8, 2020 (the “Effective Date”), which appointment the Company publicly announced on January 6,
Prior to his appointment as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer, Sergio Pedreiro served since 2015 as Chief Executive Officer of Estre Ambiental S.A., a NASDQ-listed waste
management company based in Brazil, which he joined as a director in 2011. Now with more than 20 years of comprehensive global financial experience, Mr. Pedreiro served as an associate partner on the private equity team at BTG Pactual from April 2014
to January 2018. From February 2009 to March 2014, Mr. Pedreiro served as Chief Financial Officer and as a member of the Executive Committee of Coty Inc., overseeing strategic leadership for corporate finance, planning and budgeting, treasury, tax
and fiscal management and information technologies. Prior to that position, Mr. Pedreiro served from 2002 to 2008 as Chief Financial Officer and Investor Relations Officer at ALL—América Latina Logística S.A., a publicly-traded logistics company
in Brazil. Prior to that, Mr. Pedreiro was an Investment Officer with GP Investment, a private equity firm in Brazil. Mr.
Pedreiro began his career as a business consultant at McKinsey & Company in Brazil and was also previously an intern at Goldman Sachs in New York. From 2016 to 2017, Mr. Pedreiro served on the board of directors of Advanced Disposal Inc., a
NYSE-listed waste management company. Mr. Pedreiro received a Bachelor’s Degree with honors in Aeronautical Engineering from ITA--Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica in 1988 and in 1996 received a Master of Business Administration degree
from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
To reflect his roles and responsibilities, on December 16, 2019 RCPC entered into an employment agreement
with Mr. Pedreiro (the “Employment Agreement”), with the term commencing as of the Effective Date and continuing on an at-will basis until terminated by either party, subject to the terms and conditions of the Employment Agreement. Revlon executed such agreement effective as of
January 2, 2020. Mr. Pedreiro’s Employment Agreement provides that he will serve as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer at an annual base salary of not less than $820,000, with a target annual bonus opportunity of 100% of his base salary (the “Target Bonus”), with the possibility of exceeding such amount based upon the Company’s and/or his over-achievement of the applicable performance objectives. Pursuant to his Employment Agreement, Mr. Pedreiro’s annual bonus for 2020 will not be less than $820,000 and he will receive a $780,000 sign-on bonus to be paid
50% on the first payroll date following the Effective Date and 50% on the first payroll date after May 4, 2020, subject to his continued employment on each such payment date; provided,
however, if within 24 months of the Effective Date, his employment terminates other than by the Company without cause, Mr. Pedreiro will be required to repay the full amount of
the sign-on bonus paid to him, on a net after-tax basis, by no later than 10 days following any such termination date. Commencing in 2020, Mr. Pedreiro will participate
in the Company’s long-term incentive program (“LTIP”), with his
2020 LTIP having a target value of $2,200,000. Mr. Pedreiro is also eligible to participate in other benefit and perquisites plans generally made available to
the Company’s other senior executives at his level.
While the term of his Employment Agreement is indefinite, it may be terminated by the Company sooner pursuant to certain termination provisions. If the
Company terminates Mr. Pedreiro’s employment for any reason other than for “cause,” he would be eligible to receive the greater of (a) the benefits provided under the Company’s Executive Severance Pay Plan; and (b) payment of base salary and
continuation of medical benefits at the active employee rate for 12 months; prior year bonus, based upon achievement of the applicable objectives (if not already paid); annual bonus for the year of termination, based upon achievement of the
applicable objectives and pro-rated for the number of days employed during that year; and payment of the next-vesting tranche of the 2020 LTIP, with any performance-based portion of such LTIP being based upon achievement of the applicable objectives.
The Executive Severance Pay Plan currently provides for base salary continuation for 12 months, plus an additional 2 weeks of base salary for each full year of service with the Company, up to a total of 18 months.
Upon a change of control, the term of his Employment Agreement would be extended for 24 months from the effective date of such change of control and if,
within such period, Mr. Pedreiro terminated his employment for “COC good reason” or if the Company terminated his employment other than for “cause,” he would receive: (i) 2 times the sum of (a) his base salary and (b) his average gross bonus earned
over the previous 5 years; (ii) 12 months’ continuation of fringe benefits; and (iii) all of his unvested LTIP awards would immediately vest.
Mr. Pedreiro does not have any family relationships with any of the Company's directors or executive officers and is not a party to any transactions
listed in Item 404(a) of Regulation S-K.