Graham Edwards is a respected and well-known property developer. Currently the CEO of Telereal Trillium based in the U.K., Graham Edwards has a long history of successful property management and investing since his early years after attending Cambridge University. A notable philanthropist, Graham Edwards is one of the most influential men in London.
Graham Edwards was vital in the development of Telereal as a competitive property development company. With the most important development in Telereal’s history the partnership with British Telecom in 2001, under Graham Edwards leadership Telereal now has a portfolio of over 8,000 properties in the U.K. This is an impressive sum when one considers that those 8,000 properties translate into accommodating approximately 1% of the total U.K.’s workforce. That figure is simply astounding when thinking about the sheer number of people this encapsulates.
Since 2001, Telereal has continued to evolve as a company under Edwards’ leadership (Releasefact). In 2009 another important transaction took place. In 2009, Edwards negotiated with Land Securities Group Plc., the result of which was the formation of Telereal Trillium. Today the company sees annual revenues that are in excess of £1 billion, an exorbitant sum for any one company. As the company develops and succeeds, Graham Edwards continues to develop himself professionally. In expanding his own knowledge base, he has started a MA in International Relations degree at King’s College London, another prestigious school in the U.K.
Telereal Trillium has been widely successful with Graham Edwards as the CEO of the company. His extensive background in investment and property management, as well as his continued professional development and experiences have led to Telereal Trillium becoming one of the most respected and well-known property development companies in the U.K. Continually evolving, Telereal Trillium sets itself up to learn and adapt to the changing U.K. markets. Smart portfolio acquisitions and investments will continue to allow the company to grow within the market.