Genesis Financial Partners blasted management of a Massachusetts cooperative bank this week, accusing the bank's president of suppressing the hedge fund's correspondence in an effort to protect his job.

In a sharply worded Jan. 9 letter to Central Co-Operative Bank chief executive John D. Doherty, Genesis president Stephen H. Gordon accused management of the Somerville thrift of breaching its fiduciary duty by not informing directors about concerns Genesis has expressed regarding the thrift's performance and management perks.

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