Telereal’s CEO Graham Edwards

Graham Edwards is the CEO of Telereal Trillium (Crunchbase). He has held this position since 2011. Graham Edwards has other business interests in the fields of real estate, mining, software, and water and engineering. Edwards recently attended King’s College London where he received his Master of Arts in International Relations and National Security Study. Prior to this, He received his Master of Arts in Economics.

Trillium was founded in 1997 in London, England. It was renamed Land Securities Trillium when it was purchased by Land Securities in 2000. Land securities sold Trillium to Telereal in 2009 and Telereal Trillium was established. Telereal Trillium is a company that specializes in commercial property management and investment. The company is one of the largest property companies in the UK. They have built a UK portfolio of over 8,000 properties. Telereal Trillium created long-term property partnerships with BT, Aviva, the Department for Work and Pensions, and DVLA. These partnerships have allowed Telereal Trillium to have a desirable track record in cost reduction, risk management, capital release, and also business transformation.

Graham Edwards has had a major impact on the shaping of Telereal. He has been CEO since it was created in 2001. Graham Edwards conducted the negotiations that resulted in the possession of Trillium from Land Securities. This agreement is what made Telereal Trillium the market leader in property outsourcing and investment. Edwards brought Telereal into a 30- year partnership with BT Plc, previously known as British Telecom. In this deal, Telereal collected 6,700 properties and helped shape Telereal. Because of Graham Edwards’ guidance, Telereal Trillium is centered around forming it’s business principles to help the company become a success. Graham Edwards’ success in the company shows by the amount of clients the company caters too as well as being recognized on The Sunday Times Top Track List of 100 Biggest Privately-Owned Companies in 2016. During Graham Edwards’ term, he not only helped created Telereal Trillium, but he has also molded the company’s emphasis on the growth of talent and the potential in its employees