Revlon Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer & Controller Wendel Kralovich tendered his resignation at the end of November and left the company last week, according to an SEC filing made by the company.

The reason given for Kralovich’s departure was ‘to pursue a new career opportunity’. His Linkedin profile is yet to be updated to reflect the recent change.

Kralovich joined Revlon last October, and his departure is by no means the only sudden senior leadership change this year – COO Chris Peterson left back in July while former CEO Fabian Garcia resigned in January.