Anthony Malkin is an American businessman with a net worth of $10 billion. Anthony Malkin has earned his net worth as the owner and president of Malkin Holdings; he is also the president of all the firms' affiliated companies including W&H Properties. These firms comprise real estate acquisition, management, construction. In 1985 Malkin earned a B.A degree cum laude from Harvard University. Also in 1985, he became part of Chemical Venture Partners, L.P., and then formed the venture capital leveraged buyout firm of Chemical Bank (now CCMP Capital). The Malkin family has been active in the real estate industry for four generations. His grandfather Lawrence A. Wien started the family in the real estate business in 1929. Anthony Malkin has been a leader in existing building energy efficiency retrofits which includes a groundbreaking project at the Empire State Building. The Malkin family office holds several investments in the United States and internationally. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Real Estate Roundtable and Chair of its Sustainability Policy Advisory Committee, the Board of Governors of the Real Estate Board of New York and a board member of the sustainable forestry management company Greenwood Resources, advisory board member of Mission Point Capital Partners, member of the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, member of the Advisory Council of the NRDC's Center for Market Innovation, and member of the Advisory Council of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute. Mr. Malkin guest lectures on real estate and family businesses at the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.