Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

June 28 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1200 GMT on Monday:

** Finnish engineering firm Konecranes and cargo handling machinery maker Cargotec (CYJBF) will have to offer concessions if they want to secure EU antitrust approval for their merger, people familiar with the matter said.

** The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Friday ordered 7-Eleven to sell over 200 retail outlets following its $21 billion acquisition of the Speedway fuel chain from Marathon Petroleum (MPC).

** Amazon.com Inc's (AMZN) cloud computing unit has bought encrypted messaging platform Wickr to enable secure communication as employees largely work from home, the company said on Friday.

** GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK) has hired two banks to help advise it on listing its consumer unit next year and on defense against a potential activist campaign from Elliott Investment Management, Bloomberg News reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.

** Brazilian energy company Equatorial Energy bought northern Amapa state electric utility Companhia de Eletricidade do Amapa (CEA) in a privatization auction on Friday for a symbolic value of 50,000 reais ($10,135.41).

** German carmaker Daimler is on track to spin off Daimler Truck, the world's largest truck and bus maker, by the end of the year, its finance chief was quoted as saying on Sunday.

** Italy's banking sector needs more mergers and takeovers to create at least three major players, according to the chief executive of Intesa Sanpaolo (IITSF), the country's biggest lender.

** The Netherlands-based insurer NN Group said on Sunday it had made an offer to acquire some of MetLife's (MET) businesses in Europe, though it did not specify which ones or disclose the size of its offer.

** Canada's real estate service provider Brookfield Business Partners announced on Sunday an agreement to acquire UK-based Modulaire Group , which is backed by private equity firm TDR capital, for $5 billion.

** French drugmaker Sanofi on Monday said it agreed to sell 16 mainly European consumer healthcare brands to private-equity owned Stada to streamline its product portfolio.

** Immofinanz canceled its takeover bid for S Immo on Monday after the rival Vienna-based real estate group's shareholders rejected a key condition to the deal.

** Natwest Group (RBSPF) said on Monday it had agreed to sell most of its Irish commercial lending business to regional peer Allied Irish Banks, as part of the British lender's planned exit from Ireland.

** UDG Healthcare's (UDHCF) largest shareholder said on Monday it plans to back CD&R's offer for the British company if the private equity firm raised its bid to 2.72 billion pounds.

** French carmaker Renault said on Monday it had sealed partnerships with China's Envision AESC and France's Verkor to produce electric car batteries in northern France.

** JD Sports Fashion said on Monday its Spanish unit would buy an 80% stake in online sports equipment retailer Deporvillage SL for 140.4 million euros ($168 million), as Britain's biggest sportswear chain expands its online presence.

** Soft drink bottler Coca-Cola HBC (CCHBF) said on Monday it had reached an agreement to acquire a 30% stake in Italian coffee company Casa Del Caffè Vergnano and to exclusively distribute its products outside Italy.

** Billionaire telecoms investor Patrick Drahi is not pushing BT to sell a stake in its network arm Openreach and like other top investors thinks a partner may not be needed to build fibre, a person familiar with the situation told Reuters.

** Japan's Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG) said it agreed to invest around 10 billion yen ($90.3 million) in Philippine bank Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), taking a 5% stake, as it looks for growth outside a slow-growing domestic market.

** Diversified miner Glencore will become the sole owner of the Cerrejon thermal coal mine in Colombia by buying out partners BHP and Anglo American, boosting its coal assets at a time when others are looking to exit the sector. (Compiled by Trisha Roy in Bengaluru)

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