Valeant to acquire Bausch & Lomb for $8.7B Valeant Pharmaceuticals International and Bausch + Lomb Holdings Incorporated announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Valeant will acquire Bausch + Lomb for $8.7B in cash. Under terms of the agreement Valeant will pay aggregate consideration of $8.7B in cash, of which approximately $4.5B will go to an investor group led by Warburg Pincus and approximately $4.2B will be used to repay Bausch + Lomb's outstanding debt. Valeant expects to achieve at least $800M in annual cost savings by end of 2014. Bausch + Lomb expects to have revenues of approximately $3.3B and adjusted EBITDA in 2013 of approximately $720M.The transaction is expected to be immediately accretive to Valeant's cash earnings per share. Assuming the transaction occurred on January 1 and assuming the full realization of synergies, the acquisition would have been approximately 40% accretive to Valeant's expected 2013 Cash EPS. The transaction will be financed with debt and approximately $1.5B - $2B of new equity. Bausch + Lomb will retain its name and become a division of Valeant. Valeant's existing ophthalmology businesses will be integrated into the Bausch + Lomb division, creating a global eye health platform with estimated pro forma 2013 net revenue of more than $3.5B.