Graham Edwards, became the CEO of Telereal Trillium in 2001. Under Graham Edwards leadership, Telereal Trillium became the market leader in property outsourcing and investments when he led the negotiations in the acquisition of Trillium, resulting in over £1 billion in combined annual revenues. Before joining Telereal Trillium, Graham Edwards read Economics at Cambridge University and worked as a fund manager at Merrill Lynch Investment Management.
Graham Edwards is an investor and philanthropist. As a business expert, Graham Edwards has a variety of business interests in areas such as mining, software development, and real estate. Graham Edwards is an active member of society who serves his community in roles outside of his duties as the CEO of Telereal Trillium. Some of the Boards and committees Graham Edwards serves on include One Voice Europe, Portland Trust, and British Friends of the Hebrew University. Graham Edwards is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, and a member of the UK Society of Investment Professionals.
Trillium was established in 1997 to obtain the Department for Works and Pension portfolio. During 2000 Telereal was founded as a 50/50 joint venture with William Pears Ltd. Telereal Trillium was established in 2009 after Telereal purchased Tillium from Land Securities. One percent of the workforce in the United Kingdom is housed by Telereal Trillium. Properties managed by Telereal Trillium include The Department for Work and Pensions job centres. Telereal Trillium is regarded as one of the leading property companies in the United Kingdom. The company manages a portfolio which consists of more than 8000 properties and has a £6bn portfolio. Through strategic partnerships with the largest occupiers in the United Kingdom, Telereal Trillium has a long history of risk management, cost reduction (foundationforjewishheritage.com). Telereal Trillium is a privately held company which is headquartered in central London England.