Yonkers Financial Corp. is the latest banking company to come under fire from activist shareholder Lawrence B. Seidman.

In a document filed last week with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Mr. Seidman said he and his associates have bought 5.21% of the thrift holding company's outstanding shares. Yonkers Financial, with $378 million of assets, operates five branches north of New York City.

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