How Graham Edwards Made An Acquisition That Made Telereal The Largest Company In Its Industry

Graham Edwards is the chief executive officer of Telereal Trillium Ltd. This company was founded in 2001 and he has been the CEO of it ever since. When it was founded it was called Telareal. Graham Edwards handled the acquisition negotiations of another company in the industry, Trillium, with the company who owned it at the time, Land Securities Group Plc. Once the acquisition was completed he changed the name to Telereal Trillium in order to recognize that a result of merging these two companies was a new one that was the market leader (

Telereal Trillium is headquartered in London. It manages the properties that a number of government entities occupy. Their biggest contract, valued at £3.2 billion, is with the Department of Work and Pensions. They manage this government departments job centres and other locations. They also manage other government department’s buildings such as those of the Birmingham City Council as well as the Royal Mail.

Graduating from Cambridge University, Graham Edwards then entered the financial industry. He worked for Merrill LYnch Investment Management for a number of years as one of their fund managers. He also worked for BT Group Plc as the head of finance for their property department.

Graham Edward has also worked for Talisman Global Asset Management where he was their chief investment officer. While in this position he was tasked with beginning one of their subsidiaries, Pears FSA. This is a registered investment management firm that now has more than £1,000,000,000 in assets under management.

Beyond his role at Telereal Trillium, Edwards is also a philanthropist who had dedicated his time to a number of nonprofits. He has served on the board of a number of nonprofit organizations such as Pennies, British Friends of Hebrew University, One Voice Europe, Portland Trust, UK MDA, and UJIA.

As someone who is always seeking new knowledge, Graham Edwards is currently studying at the King’s College London’s war studies department. He is earning a master’s degree in international relations with a focus on the Middle East.