The Man Behind Telereal
Graham Edwards was formally educated in the field of economics at the Cambridge University. His career is surrounded by his work with top organizations in the field of investment banking. He began this career with Merrill Lynch Investment Management. While employed there he held the position of fund manager.
After leaving Merrill Lynch Investment Management, he went on to work for Talisman Global Asset Management. While at TGAM, he established the company as the registered Pears FSA. Currently, Graham Edwards is the CEO of Telereal Trillium; a property development company that manages billions. He has been CEO since Telereal Trillium’s conception in 2001.
Graham Edwards’ first deal with Telereal was influential in setting the standards and philosophy of the company. Edwards’ strategy for Telereal was simple; he wanted to tap into unseen value to create potential partnerships. By using this philosophy, he soared to the top with gaining a multitude of property holdings. This strategy set Telereal Trillium on notice for other organizations to pay attention to.
In addition, Edwards led Telereal into a partnership with British Telecom Plc. The partnership included merging British Telecom into Telereal; which would include the most of the UK estates owned by British Telecom. Telereal acquired thousands of properties; which would total millions of square footage. The merger contract signed would later create the future Telereal (https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Telereal-Trillium-Reviews-E431179.htm).
In January of 2009, Edwards acquisition Trillium from Land Securities Group Plc. The transaction cemented Telereal Trillium as the top company for property outsourcing. The deal showcased the expertise and prowess in property partnerships, investment, and development. Graham Edwards appears to be unstoppable; he and Telereal Trillium will continue to soar in the property and investment arena.