The total transaction will require approximately $3.8 million and will come from the Company's cash and marketable securities balances, which, at March 31, 2010, exceeded $13.1 million. Robert Rubinger, the Company's Executive Vice President, commented, "After the completion of the transaction, the Company will still retain sufficient funds to cover its business requirements for the foreseeable future."
Mr. Globus concluded, "The sale of a portion of my inherited shares was solely for estate planning purposes. I remain the Company's largest stockholder and continue to be as dedicated as ever to the success of the Company."
United-Guardian is a manufacturer of cosmetic ingredients, personal and health care products, pharmaceuticals, and specialty industrial products.
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