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21 Oct 2016
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Delpani, Lorenzo 

Mr. Lorenzo Delpani is Director of the company. He is no longer President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Revlon, Inc., effective March 1st 2016. Mr. Delpani’s management style is fostering the development of unique and exceptional innovation along with strategic thinking, commitment, and driven leadership. Over the course of two decades, Mr. Delpani’s career has taken him to senior corporate roles in the U.S., Spain, Belgium, the UK, Denmark, Switzerland and Italy. Immediately before he was named President and CEO of Revlon, Mr. Delpani had served for over six years as CEO and Managing Director of The Colomer Group, a global professional and consumer beauty products company headquartered in Spain. Mr. Delpani became Revlon’s CEO after Revlon purchased The Colomer Group in October 2013. Prior to joining Colomer, Mr. Delpani rose through the leadership ranks at multinational consumer goods giant, Reckitt Benckiser, a major producer of health, hygiene and home products. Reckitt Benckiser recognized Mr. Delpani’s talent for combining innovation with strong business strategy by naming him Senior Vice President of New Initiatives and Chief e-business Officer. At the time of his departure from Reckitt Benckiser, he was Senior Vice President of South Western Europe. Mr. Delpani’s passion for marketing and brand management was leveraged and developed in his first position at Procter & Gamble in Rome. From there, he quickly began to think internationally, joining Johnson & Johnson Switzerland in 1994. A native of Brescia, Italy, Mr. Delpani received a degree in Business Administration from the Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi in Milan and a Diploma in accounting and computer science at Technical Commercial Institute G.C. Abba in Brescia. Mr. Delpani also completed The General Manager Program (TGMP) at Harvard Business School in addition to other executive programs at the University of Pennsylvania – Wharton School, the London School of Business and IESE business school in Barcelona.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, USD 4,656,600
Restricted Stock Awards, USD 10,000,000
Long-Term Incentive Plans, USD --
All Other, USD 98,425
Fiscal Year Total, USD 14,755,000

Options Compensation

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