With deleveraging debt now the modus operandi of the U.S. economy, the “tailwind of economic growth has been taken away,” said Curtis V. Arledge, vice chairman and chief executive officer of investment management at BNY Mellon. But the picture isn't entirely bleak. The decline in growth is creating a “bull market in [financial] advice,” Arledge said.

Arledge was addressing Money Management Institute’s Fall Solutions Conference 2011 in New York this week in a keynote address.

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