Graham Edwards’ Knack in Deal-Making

Having led an exceptional life, Graham Edwards star would shine again in 2009 when he acquired Trillium from Land Securities Trillium. With this acquisition, he created Terereal Trillium in which he is the CEO.

Terereal Trillium properties cover over 86 million square feet. It houses about 1% of the workers in the UK, and it has a portfolio of more than $8.3 billion.

This project marked the first breakthrough in property management for Graham Edwards and his firm, Terereal, which he founded in 2001.

Terereal Trillium is the market leader in property partnership, development, investment, and outsourcing. From an initial capital of $ 69.2 million, which Graham Edwards used to set up Talisman Global Assets Management, the mother company of Terereal Trillium, the firm has an annual turnover of more than $1.38 billion.

Now aged 54, Graham Edwards knows the value of education in business success. He is a member of England’s Institute of Chartered Accountants, Association of Corporate Treasurers, and a fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

He also has an MA in Economics from the University of Cambridge. He is pursuing masters in International Relations at Kings College, London. His knowledge, expertise, and dedication have been foundational in steering his firm to the market leader it is today.

He is a board member of Portland Trust and One Voice Europe. Both are Europe based nonprofit charity firms that support organizations promoting peace and stability in Palestine and Israel.

Most of Graham Edwards’ charity activities are in support of organizations involved in relief supplies to Israel and promoting peaceful co-existence between the Israelis and Palestinians (

He works with Megan David Adom and United Jewish Israel Appeal to give emergency supplies to violence victims in the volatile parts of Israel.

Through British Friends of Hebrew University, World ORT, and Pennies, he promotes efforts to make education accessible to Jewish children all over the world.