Graham Edwards Leads Telereal Trillium to the Top

Telereal Trillium has grown to be a significant force in the United Kingdom property market. This prosperity is lead by the CEO, Graham Edwards. He has been a part of Telereal Trillium since its inception in 2001. Since then Graham Edwards has to lead the company to amass a portfolio of properties worth £6 billion. Telereal Trillium is now responsible for housing about 1% of UK’s entire workforce. Graham Edwards has been at the helm as the CEO when Telereal was first being shaped as it eventually became Telereal Trillium that it is today.

Graham Edwards is an alumnus of Cambridge University where he studied economics. He is part of many prestigious organizations such as the UK Society of Investment Professionals, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, the Association of Corporate Treasures, and is currently a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. Graham Edwards is now attending King’s College London where he is pursuing his MA in International Relations in the War Studies Department with a focus on the Middle East ( As a member of Committees or the Boards of Pennies, World ORT, British Friends of the Hebrew University, UK MDA, UJIA, One Voice Europe, and Portland Trust, Graham Edwards has become a large force in the world of philanthropy.

Telereal grew to such as force largely due to a 30-year strategic property partnership that Graham Edwards initiated with BT Plc. In this deal, Telereal acquired 6,700 properties from BT in a deal worth about £2.38 billion. This deal cemented Telereal in the property management market. In 2009, Graham Edwards made a major step forward for Telereal when he led negotiations that resulted in the acquisition of Trillium from Land Securities Group Plc. This deal helped grow Telereal Trillium to a size that their annual revenues top £1 billion. Graham Edwards and Telereal Trillium strive to simplify the complex world of real estate by delivering straightforward solutions to their customers (Foundationforjewishheritage).


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