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Travis Gomez, CFA

Product Head

Travis currently manages Frontier’s news curation products which is responsible for the delivery of Frontier’s brand of business-friendly & time efficient newsletters and other information products. He manages a team of news curators who work remotely and are responsible for the compilation and dissemination of ‘Time Twister’; Frontier’s flagship daily newsletter specializing in Economic and Finance news in Sri Lanka for which Travis was instrumental in its creation. Travis also plays a role in initiating and building business relationships with the management of various firms and has been sent to visit foreign clients in Singapore on behalf of Frontier Research. In addition, Travis is responsible for leading Frontier’s Real Estate Research Service which is Frontier’s latest line of research.
 
He is also a member of the academic staff of a number of education institutes where he lectures  undergraduate students in the subjects of Economics and Finance and is also the Co-Chair of the CFA Society Sri Lanka’s Candidate Council. Travis likes to read historical fiction, high fantasy, graphic novels and listens to classical music. He also enjoys going on history walks and exploring museums and art galleries.

Media Appearances

Expectation for the tourism industry of Sri Lanka in 2019

Expectation for the tourism industry of Sri Lanka in 2019

Here is our Product Head, Travis Gomez on recovery of tourism sector in Sri Lanka post Easter 2019.

Sri Lanka Tourism: How did the Industry fair in 2018?

Sri Lanka Tourism: How did the Industry fair in 2018?

Despite the disruptions caused by social and political unrest, the tourism industry more or less managed to meet its targets in 2018. Here's our Product Head, Travis Gomez, with more on the performance of the industry in 2018 and what needs to be done in 2019.

Too late for reforms?

Too late for reforms?

After two years of uncertainty and low growth, Sri Lanka’s economy is expected to have a better run in 2018 and beyond, driven by consumer demand, increasing government spending and a pick-up in exports with GSP Plus trade concessions to the EU taking effect, according to Frontier Research.

Travis Gomez discusses the trends in Sri Lanka's Health Sector

Travis Gomez discusses the trends in Sri Lanka's Health Sector

Population forecasts show that by 2040 the population in Sri Lanka will be close to 24 million with the uptick in fertility rates. However, when it comes to non communicable diseases, there seems to be an upward trend which is responsible for 1/5 deaths. There will also be a sharp rise in the aging population in by 2040. This calls for attention when it comes to pension and adult care schemes. Female labour participation will also need to be encouraged to ward off potential labour shortages in the future.

How is our Tourism Industry Recovering after the Easter Sunday Attacks?

How is our Tourism Industry Recovering after the Easter Sunday Attacks?

By now, most of us are aware that the Easter Sunday Attacks hit our tourism industry hard. Here's our Product Head, Travis, delving into the impacts of the attacks and to discuss what actions the government has taken to provide relief.

Tourism sector post SL political uncertainty 2018

Tourism sector post SL political uncertainty 2018

Up until October 2018, Sri Lanka's tourism industry was flourishing, but did the month long political crisis have a lasting impact on the sectors outlook? Find out here in this interview with Travis Gomez!

Travis Gomez on the Sri Lankan Tourism Sector in September 2018

Travis Gomez on the Sri Lankan Tourism Sector in September 2018

A pick up in the tourism sector was seen with tourist inflows growing by 12.6% YoY. The improvements could be attributed to the marketing strategy that has been adopted in communicating a consistent message. the government has also made plans to decrease levys and give out VAT rebates to tourists which could also assist in the numbers growing in the future.

Aftermath of the Easter Sunday Attacks: What's happening to our tourism industry?

Aftermath of the Easter Sunday Attacks: What's happening to our tourism industry?

A hit to Sri Lanka's tourism industry was expected ensuing the Easter Sunday attacks in April. But how long will it take to bounce back? What factors affect its resilience? Here's our Product Head, Travis, shedding some light on the matter.

SL Political Uncertainty 2018 and our tourism sector: A further look

SL Political Uncertainty 2018 and our tourism sector: A further look

Following a month of fluctuations in Sri Lanka's political environment,here's Travis Gomez taking another look at it's possible impact on the tourism industry

Price control through taxation, self-defeating'

Price control through taxation, self-defeating'

Doubts have been raised about the merits of the government's price control practices, and the report titled "Price Control in Sri Lanka: Political Theater" by Advocata Institute dives further into this topic. Providing an overview and analysis of the impact of price controls on the cement, pharmaceuticals,and dairy industries, here's what our Product Head, Travis Gomez had to say! Visit https://www.facebook.com/advocatainstitute/videos/296215140978601/ to check out the full video of the report launch!