Yasemin Saltuk Lamy is a thought leader in impact investing, with over a decade of experience in financial markets. At Omidyar Network, she is working to build out a new portfolio focused on including individuals in the formal economy by enabling digital identity. She serves on the strategy function for the firm, helping to guide corporate and portfolio-level strategy, as well as publishing on Omidyar Network’s approach to impact investing (see Across the Returns Continuum, SSIR, 2016). Prior to Omidyar Network, she built several practices at J.P. Morgan, most recently leading the Social Finance business in Europe. In this role, she worked with both issuer and investor clients on their impact investment strategies, structuring funds, constructing portfolios and publishing analytical research for investors in the market. Her research is widely recognized as the seminal work introducing impact investments to mainstream investors. Prior to Social Finance, Yasemin covered alternative investments and then credit derivatives in Europe, where she and the team were ranked #1 by Institutional Investor and awarded Risk magazine’s Derivatives Research House of the Year. She holds a BA in Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MSc in Financial Mathematics from King’s College London. She currently serves on several advisory boards, and has been a contributing author to publications including with the World Economic Forum, the OECD, and the G8 Social Impact Investment Task Force.