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James C. Dolce

Vice President, Regional Sales


James C. Dolce is responsible for spearheading our sales development in New England and the Southeast, West, and Midwest regions, widening our service to clients and financial intermediaries across the country.

James brings a diverse background to his role of helping us serve a growing retail and institutional client base. James joined Olstein in September 2008 as an Internal Wholesaler and was promoted to the position of Sales Director in 2010 and to the position of Vice President, Regional Sales in 2013.  Prior to joining the firm, he held Internal and External Wholesaler roles at Legg Mason & Co. and worked as a Sales Liaison and Internal Wholesaler for Citigroup Asset Management. James earned a B.S. in Marketing from Boston College.

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Cash flow is the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents being transferred into and out of a business. At the most fundamental level, a company’s ability to create value for shareholders is determined by its ability to generate positive cash flows, or more specifically, maximize long-term free cash flow. Free cash flow represents the cash a company generates after accounting for cash outflows to support operations and maintain its capital assets. Unlike earnings or net income, free cash flow is a measure of profitability that excludes the non-cash expenses of the income statement and includes spending on equipment and assets as well as changes in working capital from the balance sheet.

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