The head of compliance and risk at
Peloton Interactive Inc.
has left the company and joined
parent Snap Inc.
Bertrand Lanciault III, who goes by Lance Lanciault, joined Snap in August as the new chief compliance officer, overseeing its compliance and integrity efforts, according to a spokesman for the technology company. He joined Peloton in February 2021 after spending more than six years at
e-commerce team, serving as the chief ethics and compliance officer there, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Michael Del Negro, who joined Peloton in January as its vice president of product safety compliance, has been named the company’s acting head of compliance, risk and ethics and has served in this role since August, a Peloton spokeswoman said Thursday.
The departure of Mr. Lanciault comes as Peloton cuts costs as it sees a reduced demand for its fitness equipment. Peloton has struggled with losses this year after more consumers returned to gyms and outdoor activities. The company reported a $1.2 billion quarterly loss and a nearly 30% drop in revenue and cut about 800 jobs, the company said in August.
Peloton said earlier this month that its co-founder
its chief legal officer
and Chief Commercial Officer
Tammy Albarrán, who most recently was
Uber Technologies Inc.’s
chief deputy general counsel, will become Peloton’s new chief legal officer and corporate secretary, Peloton said in a statement earlier this month. She will oversee the legal, compliance and policy efforts at Peloton.
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