Telereal Trillium is among the most prominent property companies in the United Kingdom. Currently, the company oversees a £6 billion worth of portfolio that consists of properties that has an overall area of eighty-six million square feet and some of it houses 1% of the United Kingdom’s labor force.
The impressive contribution and success of Telereal Trillium within the property industry of the UK is due to individuals managing the firm, which includes Graham Edwards.
Graham Edwards is the Chief Executive Officer of Telereal Trillium. He has been with Telereal from the beginning in 2001 and has had an essential part in its growth and expansion until it became Telereal Trillium.
Telereal started in December 2001. During that period, Edwards initiated Telereal in a partnership with BT Plc, known in the past as British Telecom. The business arrangement included all the properties owned by BT within the United Kingdom. The deal which was approximately £2.38 billion, Telereal purchased 6,700 properties that have an overall area of 59.2 million feet. The contract which was closed with BT created Telereal.
Telereal was a joint consortium between Land Securities Trillium and Pears or The B Pears Trust and William Pears Group. In 2009 Edwards initiated an agreement with Land Securities Group Plc that led to the purchase of Trillium – that led into Telereal Trillium at present. The said deal paved the way for Telereal Trillium to become a prominent name in property expansion and sourcing. It also emphasized the company’s exemplary know-how in development, investment, and property partnerships that reaps yearly revenues of £1 billion.
Before he joined Telereal, Graham Edwards was Talisman Global Asset Management’s chief investment officer. During Edward’s time with Talisman, the initial capital investment of £50 million became £1 billion plus. Prior to Edwards’s employment with Talisman Global Asset Management, he worked as the Finance Head of the BT Group Plc’s property department and the Fund Manager of Merrill Lynch Investment Management.
Under the diligent supervision of Graham Edwards as the CEO, Telereal Trillium continues to succeed in property investments and grows profitably, which would ensure its stability in the UK property market in the years to come.