February 20, 2018 · Business Leader

Graham Edwards has been the CEO of Telereal Trillium for over 16 years. In 2009, he was the leader in the acquisition of the Trillium Co. The merger solidified the company as the leader in real estate outsourcing and investments with annual revenues exceeding $1 billion. Mr. Edwards has held key management roles with Talisman Global Asset Management and Merrill Lynch prior to Telereal. He has many other business interests to include: mining, software, water and engineering. Mr. Edwards received his degree in Economics at Cambridge University in England. Mr. Edwards is also a philanthropist and is passionate about helping other people and improving the community.

Telereal Trillium is the largest privately owned real estate company in the United Kingdom. The company manages over 8,000 properties and has a portfolio of over $6 billion. Telereal has long term agreements with some of the United Kingdoms largest private and public companies to include BT and the Department for Works and Pensions. The company primarily focuses on property partnerships, investments and land development. Telereal develops land for single family homes to sites for buildings with thousands of units. The company currently has plans to build over 2,000 residential units with its partners in the coming years (Fasttrack).

Graham Edwards’ Telereal has received numerous awards over the years to include: Payroll Giving Quality Mark, ISO 9001 Quality Management System accreditation, ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems’ accreditation and Investors in People Award. The company manages properties or provides services to the following companies: Affinity Water, Barclays, Aviva, BT, Birmingham City Council, Virgin Media and Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. Over 1% of the workforce in the United Kingdom are occupants in Telereal buildings. The company has a diverse geographic portfolio with a minimum of one asset in every town in the United Kingdom. This gives Telereal a strategic advantage over other companies.

 

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