Graham Edwards of Telereal Trillium has decided to change positions within the company and transfer from the current Chief Executive Officer to a new chairman position. Graham has been the active CEO of Telereal Trillium since 2001. Telereal Trillium is a property management company that was established in 1997 in London England. Graham believes that this transfer of positions along with other inner office transfers will help balance out the company and create more value for their stakeholders. The expertly experienced team at Telereal Trillium puts a large focus of their efforts towards managing one of the United Kingdom’s largest property portfolios.
In addition to Graham’s involvement with Telereal Trillium he is also an active philanthropist. Graham Edwards it either actively on the board or committee for several philanthropic causes such as the British Friends of the Hebrew University, the Portland Trust, World ORT and Pennies and one voice. He graduated from Cambridge University with a Master’s in Economics and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants which is located in both Wales and England. Graham is also a member of the UK Society of Investment Professionals, the Association of Corporate Treasurers and he is also a FRICS which is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. After graduating from Cambridge University Graham held several job positions before joining Telereal Trillium. He worked at Talisman Global Asset Management as a chief investment officer, he was a fund manager at Merrill Lynch Investment Management and he worked at BT Group Plc’s property department as the head of finance. These careers all lead him to his 2009 negotiations while he was with BT. The negotiations resulted in a transaction that transferred 67,000 properties from BT to Telereal Trillium. This established Telereal Trillium as a market leader when they acquired Land Securities Group Plc.