(Adds XP Inc, Fiat Chrysler, Aston Martin and Mediobanca)
June 1 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Monday:
** Eyewear billionaire Leonardo Del Vecchio has requested clearance from the European Central Bank to double his stake in Mediobanca, raising the prospect of far-reaching changes in Italy's financial world.
** A top Aston Martin shareholder cut its stake in the British carmaker by nearly 5%, a regulatory filing showed.
** Fiat Chrysler (FCA) said it planned to list robot making business, giving more detail about the future of Turin-based Comau, which it already planned to spin off.
** A private equity fund managed by Brazilian digital broker XP Inc acquired a controlling stake in eye hospital CBV for 200 million reais ($37.48 million), XP's executives said.
** Zynga Inc said it would buy Turkish mobile-game maker Peak for $1.8 billion, in a move that will boost the company's daily active user base by 60%.
** Capital & Counties Properties has agreed to buy a 26.3% stake in London rival Shaftesbury from Hong Kong tycoon Samuel Tak Lee's for 436 million pounds ($540.7 million), the real estate manager said.
** KKR, Cinven and Providence said they had made an agreed 2.96 billion euro ($3.3 billion) bid for Spanish telecoms operator MasMovil. (Compiled by Mrinalika Roy and Sanjana Shivdas in Bengaluru)