These 3 companies are set to IPO on the ASX next week

These shares will be some of the first to debut on the ASX in 2022.

| More on:
blocks with the letters IPO form the base for three piles of gold coins of various heights.

Image source: Getty Images

The ASX will soon welcome a number of new faces as the 2022 initial public offering (IPO) season kicks off.

Here are 3 shares expected to float on the market that might be worth keeping an eye on.

3 shares expected to IPO on the ASX next week

ChemX Materials Limited

ChemX Materials is on track to list on the ASX on Friday 14 January under the ticker code CMX.

It raised $8 million through its oversubscribed ASX IPO, issuing shares for 20 cents apiece. That sees it expecting to list with a valuation of approximately $18 million.

The raised funds will be put towards an exploration drilling program set to go ahead this quarter.

ChemX holds 2 exploration licences in South Australia, each for kaolin/halloysite manganese prospects.

It also has an agreement to acquire HiPurA and its high purity alumina (HPA) processing technology. The company believes demand for HPA is surging as manufacturers scramble to create lithium-ion batteries.

NICO Resources Limited

According to the ASX, NICO Resources is expected to list on Tuesday 11 January under the ticker NC1. However, its float has previously faced delays.

The company is a spin out of Metals X Limited‘s (ASX: MLX) nickel assets.

Its prospectus aimed to raise between $10 million and $12 million through issuing shares in the company for 20 cents apiece.

The proceeds will go towards exploration programs for potentially high-grade zones of nickel, cobalt, and scandium. It will also fund a review of mineral processing routes and the identification of information for a feasibility study update.

The company’s major project will be the Central Musgrave Project, located on the intersection of the border of South Australia, Western Australia, and the Northern Territory.

Careteq Limited

Careteq is expected to IPO on the ASX on Monday 10 January under the ticker code CTQ.

It creates and provides software-as-a-service-based solutions to assist the elderly and those with disabilities to continue living their best lives.

To do so, the company has created its Sofihub platform.

It raised $6 million through its prospectus‘ offer, wherein its shares were sold for 20 cents apiece. That sees the company expecting to list with a market capitalisation of $24.7 million.

The raised funds will go towards Careteq’s growth and cross-selling opportunities, as well as the development of new products, features, and applications.

Additionally, the company is planning to expand internationally, partnering with the SiTa Foundation in the United States to develop a safety device to be used against domestic violence.

Wondering where you should invest $1,000 right now?

When investing expert Scott Phillips has a stock tip, it can pay to listen. After all, the flagship Motley Fool Share Advisor newsletter he has run for over ten years has provided thousands of paying members with stock picks that have doubled, tripled or even more.*

Scott just revealed what he believes could be the five best ASX stocks for investors to buy right now. These stocks are trading at near dirt-cheap prices and Scott thinks they could be great buys right now.

*Returns as of January 12th 2022

Motley Fool contributor Brooke Cooper has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia's parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Bruce Jackson.

More on IPOs

a man sits on a rocket propelled office chair and flies high above a city
IPOs

Aurora Energy Metals share price rockets 35% on ASX debut

This lithium and uranium explorer debuted the ASX in style.

Read more »

Man in business suit above the clouds plummeting downwards back first
IPOs

Chrysos Corporation share price plummets 40% on ASX debut

The ASX newbie offers a fresh way to analyse gold assays.

Read more »

Graphic showing a tablet with an IPO rocket going up with a stock market chart representing the upcoming IPO of ASX uranium and lithium share Aurora Energy Metals
IPOs

New ASX uranium share to hit boards next month and investors are already pouncing

Introducing ASX uranium and lithium miner Aurora Energy Metals...

Read more »

A miner in a hardhat makes a sale on his tablet in the field.
IPOs

This lithium miner is set to list on the ASX next month following its IPO, and counts a Tesla supplier among its key investors

We could be in for a new ASX debutant...

Read more »

A team celebrates a win in the office.
IPOs

Newest battery minerals share booms 80% on ASX debut

Early investors in this ASX battery-focused company, rejoice!

Read more »

Energy Shares

This ASX energy share just hit the boards at double its IPO price

The ASX has a new energy stock and it's already proving a hit.

Read more »

Rocket takes off from the hand of a businessman.
IPOs

Killi Resources (ASX:KLI) share price kills it on first day of trade, up 160%

Killi Resources shares soared 160% today. Have shareholders hit gold?

Read more »

A woman holds a glowing, sparking, technological representation of a planet in her hand.
Ask a Fund Manager

Expert reveals one IPO he’s absolutely pumped about. When will it hit the ASX?

Ask A Fund Manager: SG Hiscock's Rory Hunter tells why he's looking forward to one possible listing coming up later…

Read more »