Louis L. Gonda
1949/1950 (age 71–72)
|Alma mater||University of California, Los Angeles|
|Known for||Co-founded International Lease Finance Corporation|
|Relatives||Logan Green (son-in-law)|
Louis L. Gonda (born 1949/1950) is an American businessman, active in commercial real estate and venture capital.
He and his father started a company, International Lease Finance Corporation, which was sold to American International Group (AIG) in 1990, after which he was an AIG executive vice president until his retirement in 1995.
Since 1995, he has run Lexington Commercial Holdings, which looks after his interests in commercial real estate and venture capital.
In 2000, his net worth was estimated at $2 billion, and in 2006, at $1.9 billion. In 2009, it was reported that following the financial crisis and the fall in the AIG share price from $70 to $2, Gonda was looking to sell assets, including "an eight-bedroom, $35-million Beverly Hills mansion, a $43-million Gulfstream V corporate jet and a $3-million beachfront home". In 2009, Gonda was no longer on the Forbes list of billionaires.
Gonda is president of Lexington Commercial Holdings, chairman of Lexington Ventures, and a director of Trethera Corporation.
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