Oregon’s thrift trade group — which had just eight members — has quietly merged with the state’s larger bank trade group in search of more political clout.

The Oregon League of Financial Institutions, a 75-year-old thrift trade group, disbanded last month, and its members joined the Oregon Bankers Association, which now has 63 members.

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