Graham Edwards was granted a Masters of Arts in the field of Economics at the University of Cambridge. He studied in the Master’s Degree program in International Relations and National Security Studies at King’s College in London with an emphasis on the Middle East (Relationshipscience).
He is associated with the UK Society of Investment Professionals and the Roal Institute of Chartered Surveyors as a Fellow. He is a member of the Association of Corporate Treasurers and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Edwards is an economist and a philanthropist. He is a member of multiple boards:
* World ORT which promotes education and training in
communities as a non-profit Jewish organization
* Portland Trust, which focuses on Palestinian investment,
growth, and employment,
* Pennies, a digital charity which invests in UK charities
* One Voice Europe trains thousands of Israeli and Palestinian
youth leaders to support negotiations
* British Friends of the Hebrew University
* UJIA, the United Jewish Isreal Appeal
* UK MDA raises funds for Israel’s ambulance and medical
Grahm Edwards, since 2011, is the CEO of Telereal Trillium. This business invests in real estate, software, water, mining, and engineering. Telereal Trillium is the service provider and the landlord of the UK Department of Works and Pensions, and the British Telecom PLC.
Through Grahm Edwards leadership, Telereal Trillium acquired 6,700 properties, property outsourcing deals, being transferred from BT Group (formerly British Telecom) to Telereal in a £2.38 billion property leaseback. Trillium made further transactions establishing itself in the market as the top privately owned property outsourcing and investment company. Trillium manages property partnerships, development, investment, and strategic land. Trillium operates throughout the UK with a presence in all cities and towns.
Before acquiring Telereal Trillium, Edward held a significant position as the chief investment officer of Talisman Global Asset Management, which manages hedge funds. Further, he was associated with Merrill Lynch Investment Management and was head of finance for the BT Group PLC.