Four companies were admitted to the ASX on Friday, with all attracting bids that topped the offer price paid by IPO subscribers.

Mr Maas, 40, pocketed $52 million selling shares into the float, and owns 55 per cent of the listed company with his stake worth $397.7 million on Friday.
The former NRL player founded the company when he was 22 years old, using his entire $14,000 savings to buy a bobcat in Dubbo in 2002.
UK-based Doctor Care Anywhere (DOC) raised $102 million after selling its CHESS Depositary Interestsa share equivalent generally used when the company is domiciled in another countryfor 80¢ each.
Doctor Care Anywhere securities also leapt out of the gates, opening at $1.10 before easing to end the session at 93¢, above the company’s 80¢ offer price.
The company offers a digital platform that supports healthcare customers “across the patient journey”, according to its prospectus. Services also include phone and video-delivered medical consultations.
The world’s second largest health insurer, France’s AXA, is expected to account for 80 per cent of Doctor Care Anywhere estimated £10.9 million ($19.8 million) in revenue in calendar 2020.
Doctor Care Anywhere and AXA are also joint venture partners, with the arrangement adding to Doctor Care Anywhere revenues through rebates on referred diagnostics.
The total value of CDIs on issue in Australia give Doctor Care Anywhere’s market capitalisation of $254.8 million based on the offer price.
Junior resources explorer Prospech set out to raise $5 million with the sale of 25 million shares at 20¢.
Shares in the Slovak gold and silver explorer changed hands for up to 23.5¢ after the float, 17.5 per cent above the issue price before closing at 22¢.