• OreCorp subsidiary Solstice Minerals will focus on WA gold and nickel assets
  • Mawson Gold spinout Southern Cross Gold is focused on its Victorian projects
  • Assay player Chrysos has high hopes for its PhotonAssay product


From explorers to tourism, there are five stocks set to list on the ASX in the first two weeks of May.

But please note that these listing dates are extremely speculative.

If you’re interested, contact the company direct for a better idea of when they expect to start trading on the ASX.

These companies are listing in the first week of May:

Solstice Minerals (ASX:SLS)

Listing: May 2

IPO: $12m at $0.20

A wholly-owned subsidiary of OreCorp (ASX:ORR), Solstice holds OreCorp’s interests in four WA assets; the Yarri, Kalgoorlie, Yundamindra and Ponton projects.

Going forward, OreCorp’s existing core business will focus on the Nyanzaga Project in Tanzania, with Solstice Minerals focusing on the WA assets – which are prospective for orogenic-style gold mineralisation, with the Kalgoorlie Project also prospective for komatiite hosted nickel sulphide mineralisation.

Southern Cross Gold (ASX:SXG)

Listing: May 5

IPO: $10m at $0.20

This gold explorer is focused on revitalising the Victorian goldfields, which host Fosterville and Costerfield, two of the highest-grade underground deposits in the world.

The company is a spin-out from Toronto Stock Exchange listed Mawson Gold – which is now a Nordic focused gold exploration company holding the Rajapalot gold-cobalt project in northern Finland.

SXG operates the Sunday Creek, Redcastle and Whroo projects in Victoria, along with the Mt Isa polymetalic project in Queensland.

Chrysos Corporation (ASX:C79)

Listing: May 6

IPO: $183.5m at $6.50

This assay player combines science and software to create technology solutions for the global mining industry.

Its flagship product PhotonAssay was originally developed at Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and delivers faster, safer, more accurate and environmentally-friendly analysis of gold, silver and complementary elements.

The company says the technology has rapidly displaced slower, more hazardous and costly processes to become the mining industry’s most innovative and valuable assaying solution.

And these companies are listing the following week:

Tourism Holdings Rentals (ASX:THL)

Listing: May 11

This global tourism operator is headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, and is focused on holiday vehicles for rent and sale globally.

In Australia and New Zealand, the company operates under the maui, Britz and Mighty rentals brands, and the RV sales brands – RV Sales Centre, RV Super Centre, and KEA Motorhomes.

In the US, they operate under Road Bear RV Rentals and Sales, and El Monte RV Rentals and Sales and in the UK are a JV partner with Just Go Motorhome Rentals & Sales.

THL also manufactures motorhomes and specialist vehicles, sells B2B and B2C products for the RV industry and operates the Discover Waitomo Group within New Zealand.

Bellavista Resources (ASX:BVR)

Listing: May 12

IPO: $6.5m at $0.20

The explorer is targeting large, high-grade base metal and battery mineral deposits in Western Australia.

The company has a large and highly prospective tenement package that covers approximately 100km of strike of the northern margin of the highly prospective Edmund Basin.

The projects include Brumby Deposit, Vernon Base Metals, Vernon Nickel-PGE and Gorge Creek which are highly prospective for zinc, copper, silver, PGE and uranium deposits.