When a closely watched yearly report predicted Wall Street bonuses for equities traders and senior management could drop by 30% in 2011, it naturally sparked questions about how affluent clients would cope with the downturn.

The annual compensation analysis, released earlier this month by compensation consulting firm Johnson Associates, made predictions based in part on public data from eight of the nation’s largest investment and commercial banks and 10 of the largest asset management firms, Johnson Associates said in a press release.

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