Rachel is a Manager in Frontier’s competition practice.
She enjoys applying logic and creativity to complex economic problems in order to develop practical solutions that meet clients’ needs. Her natural curiosity for learning about new topics allows her to bring energy and intellectual rigour to her analysis across a diverse range of sectors and issues.
She has worked as an economist on merger and antitrust cases in the consumer goods, retail, financial and other industries before national competition authorities and the European Commission. Her most recent work includes the Trucks case. Prior to joining Frontier, she worked for the European Commission, where she handled antitrust cases in the food supply chain.
Rachel holds an MSc in Economics from Birkbeck College, University of London. She also holds a Masters in the Environmental Sciences from the University of Cologne and has a passionate interest in sustainability issues.