As the chief executive officer of Telereal Trillium since 2001, Graham Edwards has initiated a transaction that helped 6,700 properties transfer to Trillium in a 2.4 billion (in pounds) property deal. He has also led negotiations to acquire Trillium for 750 million (in pounds), which led to the group selling 10% of its stake in the 1.3 billion Trillium investment Partners fund (the fund has invested in over 108 assets). This has helped the company become a market leader in investment and property outsourcing, and has led to annual revenue of over a billion pounds. Check more info on his profile account in crunchbase.com.
Telereal Trillium was founded in 1997 and has shares held by the William Pears Group. They have had a 3.2 billion (in pounds), 1,500,000 square feet property portfolio contract to manage buildings like job centers for the Department of Work and Pensions (which Graham Edwards also works for). After being acquired by Land Securities in 2000, they renamed themselves Land Securities Trillium.
Before becoming CEO, he was a chief investment officer at Talisman Global Asset Management, a fund manager for Merrill Lynch Investment Management and the head of finance for the BT Group’s property department. He also works as the landlord and service provider of British Telecom PLC and the UK Department of Work and Pensions. Edwards’ interests asides business includes real estate, mining, and engineering.
He is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, the Association of Corporate Treasurers, and the UK Society of Investment Professionals. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, see more here.
Inovlved, in philanthropy work, Graham Edwards is on the board of committee for the Portland Trust, One Voice Europe, British Friends of the Hebrew University, World ORT,
Graham Edwards is currently studying for an MA in International Studies at King’s College in London.