Telereal Trillium Top Executive Graham Edwards

April 3, 2018

Telereal Trillium is one of the United Kingdom’s largest real estate management and investment companies, and ever since its founding in 2001, it has been led by CEO Graham Edwards, who has been instrumental in carrying out negotiations that has helped the company acquire a number of properties over the years. The English businessman was responsible for landing a 30-year $2.4 billion outsourcing deal with British Telecom that involved the management of its 6,700 properties.

Having worked in leadership roles at companies like Merrill Lynch Investment Management and Talisman Global Asset Management, Graham Edwards Telereal brought decades of experience to Telereal. In 2009, his strategic negotiation skills led to the acquisition of Trillium from a company called Land Securities Group, and afterwards the company’s name was changed to include its newly acquired property. After this transaction, it wasn’t long before Telereal Trillium, which is the manager of properties that are occupied by The Department for Work and Pensions, became the leader in the real estate outsourcing industry.

Graham Edwards was educated in Economics, and in International Relations and National Security Studies, at Cambridge University and at Kings College, where he received Master of Arts degrees in both majors. In addition to being a very effective business executive, he is also an involved and active philanthropist who sits on the board of organizations such as One Voice Europe and British Friends of the Hebrew University, and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, or the ACA, in England and Wales. He is also connected with foundations like Portland Trust, UK MDA, United Jewish Israel Appeal and World Ort and Pennies, among other charitable organizations.

Under his direction, Telereal Trillium, which is based in London, has grown to the point where it now has an annual income of $1 billion. On top of servicing The Department for Work and Pensions, the company also has a variety of clients in several other industries such as Royal Mail, Barclays, Virgin Media, BT and The Birmingham City Council. Other business interests Graham Edwards has are in the areas of mining, software, water and engineering.


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