Graham Edwards is the Chief Executive of the commercial property company Telereal. He has held this position since the inception of Telereal in 2001.
Graham has had a large effect on the company, including the initiation of a transaction with BT, which resulted in Telereal gaining 6,700 properties. Another notable move by Graham was a negation in 2009. He led these negations between Land Securities Group Plc. The result of this negotiation was Telereal acquiring the company Trillium (Releasefacts).
Before his time at Telereal, Graham held a number of different positions. First, he was the Head of Finance for the BT Group Plc. Next, he worked for Merrill Lynch as a Fund Manager. Directly before going to Telereal, he worked as the Chief Investment Officer for Talisman Global Asset Management.
Mr. Graham is a member of several different organizations, including the UK Society of Investment Professionals, the Association of Corporate Treasurers, and the Institute of Charted Accountants in England and Whales. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Before Telereal was founded in 2001, Trillium was created in 1997. The goal of Trillium was to acquire the property portfolio of the Department for Work in Pensions. Trillium achieved this goal in 1998. Two years later, Trillium was acquired by Land Securities, who operated Trillium until the acquisition by Telereal (https://gazetteday.com/2018/02/uk-property-developer-graham-edwards-plays-pivotal-role-telereal-trillium/).
In 2000 the BBC sold their property portfolio to Trillium. In 2004 Trillium gained property agreements with both Norwich Union and Barclays Bank. In 2009 Trillium signed similar deals with the Royal Mail as well as the Birmingham City Council.
Telereal was created by William Pears Ltd. Its goal was to receive the British Telecom’s property portfolio. In 2002 Telereal began to manage O2 and Airwave’s property portfolios.
Currently, the headquarters of Telereal Trillium is located in Central London.