Telereal Trillium CEO Graham Edwards Establishing Himself As One Of The Top Property Developers In The U.K.

As CEO of Telereal Trillium, one of the main goals of CEO Graham Edwards has been to establish the company as a leader in property development. He knows that one of the crucial first steps in that regard would be to establish the lead in property outsourcing. This is why one of Graham Edwards’ crowning achievements as CEO of this company was when his company purchased Trillium in 2009 (Zoominfo). Graham Edwards had been CEO of this company since 2001, but after the merger Telereal first became Telereal Trillium and was established as the leader in property development and property outsourcing. Fast forward to 2018, and this company continues to grow with Graham Edwards at the helm.

Telereal Trillium is now one of the United Kingdom’s largest property management companies, and they now oversee properties worth over 6 billion pounds. Their properties also have a total area of 86 million square feet and they house one percent of the workforce in the United Kingdom. Moreover, the man at the helm of this company can point to many other instances besides the 2009 deal that have shaped his company and shaped the state of the U.K. modern housing for the better.

Graham Edwards is the founding CEO of Telereal and has seen it through many different growing pains. The first situation was an instance where Edwards led the fledgling company into a strategic partnership with Bt Plc (British Telecom). This partnership enabled them to acquire new properties in a deal that was worth just of 2.4 billion pounds. Their holdings increased an extra 59.2 million square feet and created Telereal into the part of what the company is today.

Perhaps to some it must have seemed like a foregone conclusion that Graham Edwards would be a humongous asset to the new company. Before his time at Telereal Trillium, he was the Chief Investment Officer of Talisman Global Asset Management. He played a crucial role in helping the company to grow. When he began this position, they only had about 50 million pounds in assets, and when he left they had as high as one billion pounds in properties. Thus, to say that Graham Edwards has the Midas Touch when it comes to U.K. property development would not be too far-fetched of an assumption.