Coury continued, "As a result of our decision to retain the Dey business, I'd like to point out that it has once again exceeded our expectations, a trend that we fully expect to continue. Our opportunistic approach to securing and strengthening our balance sheet has provided us with a balanced capital structure. This, combined with the vertical integration capabilities afforded us through our acquisitions, has us poised for growth and profitability in the current challenging economic environment. In summary, Mylan continues to be a very strong execution play, which we firmly believe will enable us to realize the full underlying earnings potential of our combined company."
Ed Borkowski, Mylan's Chief Financial Officer, said, "Our timely access to the capital markets has placed us in an advantageous position without the need to access them again in the foreseeable future. We have well over $1 billion of immediate liquidity available in existing cash and untapped committed credit facilities, which will be further augmented by cash generated though our robust business operations."
Borkowski continued, "Regarding our debt covenants, we are well positioned even before considering the benefit of certain yet to be recognized integration synergies, which we estimate to be an additional $75 to $100 million at Dec. 31, 2008. When combined with our already strong forecasted adjusted EBITDA, the inclusion of this benefit further enhances our long-term confidence to the point that covenant compliance will not be an issue for the foreseeable future."
Detailed Financial Summary
Mylan previously had two reportable segment
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