Tribe Technologies
Trending >

Acquisitions will drive near triple-digit growth for Valeant, says Canaccord Genuity

Canaccord Genuity analyst Neil Maruoka says the acquisition of Bausch & Lomb, combined with the $2.6 billion pickup of dermatological and aesthetic pharmaceutical products maker Medicis, will drive Valeant Pharmaceuticals Q3 topline.

Canaccord Genuity analyst Neil Maruoka says the acquisition of Bausch & Lomb, combined with the $2.6 billion pickup of dermatological and aesthetic pharmaceutical products maker Medicis, will drive Valeant Pharmaceuticals Q3 topline. Canaccord analyst Neil Maruoka says recently completed acquisitions will drive Valeant Pharmaceuticals (TSX:VRX) soon to be released third quarter numbers.

On Thursday, before the market open, Valeant will reports its Q3 numbers. The company is following on second quarter in which it posted total revenue $1.1 billion, which was an increase of 41% over the year prior, excluding one-time items in 2012’s Q2.

Maruoka says the key event that happened in the third quarter for Valeant was clearly the $8.57 billion acquisition of global eyecare brand Bausch & Lomb Holdings Incorporated, which has a broad portfolio of eyecare products that generated $3.3 billion in revenue in its fiscal 2013 with adjusted EBITDA of $720 million.

The Canaccord Genuity analyst says the acquisition of Bausch & Lomb, combined with the $2.6 billion pickup of dermatological and aesthetic pharmaceutical products maker Medicis, will drive Valeant’s Q3.

Maruoka believes run rate synergies from Medicis will contribute more than $300-million, and that Bausch & Lomb will contribute more than $500-million by year’s end. This, he says, will boost third quarter revenue by 91.7% over the same period last year.

In a recent research update to clients, Maruoka reiterated his BUY rating and one-year target of (US) $115.

At press time, shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals on the NYSE were down 1.2% to $111.17.

___________

We Hate Paywalls Too!

At Cantech Letter we prize independent journalism like you do. And we don't care for paywalls and popups and all that noise That's why we need your support. If you value getting your daily information from the experts, won't you help us? No donation is too small.

Make a one-time or recurring donation

About The Author /

Cantech Letter founder and editor Nick Waddell has lived in five Canadian provinces and is proud of his country's often overlooked contributions to the world of science and technology. Waddell takes a regular shift on the Canadian media circuit, making appearances on CTV, CBC and BNN, and contributing to publications such as Canadian Business and Business Insider.
insta twitter facebook

Comment

Leave a Reply