Our mission is simple. We help women build financial resilience and sustainable wealth to live the lives they love.
Meet the founder
I started rainchq in 2018 after 15 years working in the investment management industry and becoming frustrated with both the poor representation of women in senior management positions and low engagement of women in general when it came to their finances.
In my view, one situation fuels the other – with so few women occupying a seat at the table in the financial services industry, it’s virtually impossible to develop products and services designed to support us over the long term in making decisions that can help us meet our financial goals. It’s a reality that’s reflected in the data: despite us outliving men, we currently save up to 5 times less for retirement. A frightening prospect.
rainchq was born out of my commitment to helping women overcome some of these challenges and in particular helping them take control of their financial futures and live their best, most financially abundant lives, once and for all. If you’re someone who is looking for some support in mastering your money through a fun, relatable service designed by women, for women, you’ve come to the right place.
Davinia is the award-winning founder of rainchq, set up to help women take control of their financial futures.
She has over 15 years experience across the investment management and professional services industries.
Davinia has a First Class Honours degree from Aston University, an Executive MBA from Cass Business School and holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC).
Outside of rainchq, Davinia is a Trustee at Talawa Theatre Company, established more than 30 years ago to improve black representation in theatre. She is the mother of two young daughters who are the best mini-rainmakers and her ultimate inspiration.