Rain joined Oxford Economics from the Bank of England, where she had a variety of roles over the course of nine years. These included analysing the supply-side determinants of the UK economy, preparing the international forecast for the Monetary Policy Committee and working as a research advisor to Richard Lambert, a former member of the MPC. In 2004, Rain started a two-year secondment as an advisor to the UK Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC, where she worked on global financial stability issues and economic development in the Middle East. Rain returned to the Bank to lead a team on risk assessment, contributing to the Bank of England’s Financial Stability Report. Rain studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University and holds an MSc in Economics from LSE with a focus on international trade. In 2010, Rain was selected as one of Management Today’s 35 Women Under 35. She was honoured as Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2012.