(Adds Verbund, Travelex, London Stock Exchange, 58.com, First Horizon National)
June 15 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Monday:
** The U.S. Federal Reserve announced it had approved a merger between First Horizon National Corp and IBERIABANK Corp.
** Austrian utility Verbund has made a binding offer for OMV’s 51% stake in gas pipeline operator Gas Connect Austria, it said.
** Travelex has terminated a sale process as the offers it received were “unacceptable” to its revolving credit facility lenders and holders of senior secured notes, the troubled currency services provider said.
** The London Stock Exchange will not offer concessions to EU antitrust regulators reviewing its $27 billion bid for data and analytics company Refinitiv, two people familiar with the matter said, a move which will likely trigger a four-month probe.
** Chinese online classifieds 58.com Inc said it would be taken private by a consortium of investors, backed by private equity firms Warburg Pincus and General Atlantic, in a deal that valued the company at about $8.7 billion.
** Indian private lender Lakshmi Vilas Bank said it had been approached by Clix Capital but gave no details after local media reported that the finance company had proposed taking a significant stake in LVB.
** French media group Lagardere is looking to sell its live entertainment assets including the famous Les Folies Bergeres cabaret for some 70 million euros ($79 million), French daily Les Echos reported on its website.
** British drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc has struck a deal with contract manufacturer Catalent Inc to help meet its global target of supplying two billion doses of its potential COVID-19 vaccine.
** Germany will take a stake in unlisted biotech firm CureVac, which is working on a COVID-19 vaccine, Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said, confirming an earlier Reuters report.
** British challenger bank Metro is in exclusive early stage talks to buy peer-to-peer lender RateSetter, the bank said in response to media speculation.
** Italy’s Intesa Sanpaolo has agreed to sell more branches and assets to rival BPER to try to overcome antitrust objections to its proposed takeover of UBI Banca .
** Qantas Airways Ltd’s low-cost arm Jetstar said it planned to cease being a shareholder in its Jetstar Pacific joint venture in Vietnam with Vietnam Airlines JSC in coming months, subject to approvals.
** Fast-growing Swedish cloud computing services provider Sinch AB said it had agreed to buy Indian firm ACL Mobile for about $70 million (INR 5,350 million) in cash, its third large acquisition since the start of March. (Compiled by Praveen Paramasivam and Trisha Roy in Bengaluru)