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NEW YORK — While credit unions might turn up their noses at the prospect of unloading nonperforming loans for pennies on the dollar, financial consultant Peter Duffy said that for those who can spare the capital, a weak market beats no market at all.

Though he declined to name names, the associate director at Sandler O’Neill & Partners said he’s currently working with 10 large credit unions to restructure their balance sheets, according to his financial “state of readiness” plan. He warns that tougher times are ahead for all financial institutions, thanks to an oversupply of lending institutions.

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