Telereal Trillium under the capable leadership of its CEO, Graham Edwards can boast of having impacted the United Kingdom Property Market. Thanks to Graham Edwards, the company has been able to house 1% of the workforce in the country and having a portfolio that is worth £6 billion. In 2001, Graham Edwards entered into a strategic partnership with BT Plc that will last 30 years, a move that brought most of the estates owned by BT in the UK under Telereal. This included a total of 6,700 properties (https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Telereal-Trillium-Reviews-E431179.htm).
Later in 2009, Graham Edwards guided Telereal into an acquisition of Trillium to form the current company. This acquisition made Telereal Trillium a significant leader property outsourcing company in the UK. The CEO has been instrumental in guiding the company to cement its prowess in development, investment, and property partnership.
Graham Edwards has vast knowledge in investment and has served in investment companies such Talisman Global Asset Management, BT Group Plc., and Merrill Lynch Investment Management. Graham Edwards has offered exemplary leadership by providing solutions and removing complexities in real estate. Under his tenure, the company has created a philosophy of providing a conducive environment where talent and potential are nurtured for people to prosper. In the process, they offer commercial and intellectual insights that are used to plan and address the challenges that investment and property development faces.
Telereal Trillium has grown and gained stability, a fact that shows the CEO Graham Edwards has delivered the best of his mandate (Foundationforjewishheritage). The company has earned the trust and faith of other clients where Telereal Trillium offers services to noteworthy clients such as Royal Mail, Virgin Media, The Birmingham City Council, Barclays, and The Department of Work and Pensions. The company has won numerous awards such as the Investors in People award, and the Sunday Times TopRack List of Biggest Privately-Owned Companies.
Graham Edwards is a member of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England, and at Cambridge University he studied Economics. He is taking a Masters in International Relations at King’s College, a member of UK Society of Investment Professionals. He is also a philanthropist.