A Hinsdale Financial Corp. shareholder who recently settled a lawsuit with the company says the Illinois thrift hasn't done enough to enhance shareholder value.

"I'm not pushing for the bank to run out and look for somebody to buy it," said William E. Jegen, an attorney who became a shareholder when the $670 million-asset company converted from a mutual in July 1992.

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