Graham Edwards: The Man Behind Telereal Trillium

Graham Edwards has served as chief executive of the company known as Telereal Trillium since 2011. London-based Telereal Trillium’s primary business includes real estate and investments management. The company manages properties and buildings that the Department for Work and Pensions occupies.

 

 

Background of Graham Edwards

Graham Edwards completed his economics degree at the University of Cambridge in England. Mr. Edwards maintains an active membership in prominent international professional organizations such as the United Kingdom Society of Investment Professionals and Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. The economist takes up a higher International Relations Course in London’s King’s College Department of War Studies concentrating on the Middle East. As a philanthropist, Graham Edwards sits on different committees and boards of One Voice Europe, British Friends of the Hebrew University, and many others.

 

 

Significant Milestones in the Past

As CEO of Telereal Trillium, Graham Edwards took the lead in the transaction that transferred around 6, 700 properties of British Telecommunications in a massive £2.4 billion real property outsourcing deal. In January of 2009, Graham Edwards also spearheaded the talks resulting in the purchase of Trillium from Land Securities Group PLC, the biggest Commercial Property Development and Investment Corporation in the United Kingdom. This particular deal put Telereal Trillium as the industry leader in real estate outsourcing as well as an investment with an annual income of more than £1 billion.

Before joining Telereal Trillium, the iconic Mr. Graham Edwards worked as Talisman Global Asset Management Chief Investment Officer. He also held the position of Fund Manager of Merrill Lynch (Investment Management Group) as well as finance director of the British Telecommunications Group Property Department.

 

Telereal Trillium’s Latest Achievement

The Company (Telereal Trillium) placed the more significant part of the Royal Bank of Scotland assets for sale in January of 2010 for around £475 million. 11 months later (that same year), the United Kingdom Government disclosed Telereal Trillium as among the leading private corporations all over the world that receive government expenditures with a total amount of £284 million for property services. Telereal Trillium supplies the highest cost outlay to the UK’s Department for Work and Pensions.

 

 

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