NEW YORK — Revlon’s EVP and CFO, Steve Berns, will resign from the company, effective July 19, the beauty company announced in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Revlon stated Berns’ resignation is not the result of any issue or concern with the company’s accounting, financial reporting or internal control over financial reporting.
Berns is joining Tribune Co., a multimedia company, to serve as EVP and CFO, Revlon stated.
Upon Berns’ departure, Jessica Graziano, the company’s SVP, corporate controller and chief accounting officer, will serve as the interim principal financial officer until a successor is named. Graziano and Berns will work together to ensure a smooth transition of the company's financial functions, Revlon stated.