The spinout company of Cassini Resources is seeking to raise $6 million from its initial public offering, with an ASX listing targeted for November.
The spinout company of Cassini Resources is seeking to raise $6 million from its initial public offering, joining the rush of junior miners hoping to list on the ASX.
Caspin Resources, which owns nickel-copper projects in Western Australia, is targeting an ASX listing in November.
It wiil join fellow junior miner Siren Gold, which listed last week.
Several other junior miners hoping to list on the ASX before the end of the year include Miramar Resources, SSR Mining and Victoria-focused North Stawell Minerals.
Caspin is the spin-out of Cassini Resources' Yarawindah Brook and Mount Squires projects.
Caspin said it would use the funds raised from its IPO, priced at 20 cents, to advance exploration at both projects.
The company plans to raise a further $2 million via the issue of an additional 10 million shares.
Cassini and OZ had been developing the West Musgrave project in WA since forming a joint venture in 2016.
Caspin's Mount Squires project sits adjacent to West Musgrave, while its Yarawindah Brooks project is located about 40 kilometres from Chalice Gold Mines' recent high-grade Julimar nickel-copper discovery.
Mr Lawrenson is also the non-executive chair of Pacific Energy, Paladin Energy, Australian Vanadium and Onsite Rental Group.
Further, he was the managing director of Atlas Iron for one year and of Avenira for five years.