About Graham Edwards
Graham Edwards studied economics at the University of Cambridge. He is the CEO of Telereal Trillium for almost two decades. Telereal Trillium is a billion dollar property outsourcing and investment corporation. Before his career at Telereal Trillium, Graham Edwards was the CIO of Talisman Global Asset Management, a billion dollar corporation.
Graham Edwards was employed at Merrill Lynch Investment Management as its Fund Manager. He was also the leader of the property finance department for BT Group Plc. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and man other organizations and associations.
Graham Edwards – The Rising Star
Graham Edwards, the current CEO, has been recently appointed to Executive Chairman. Edwards has been with the corporation since its inception in early 2000. He has been leading the corporation to greatness and recognition in the field of property management and investing.
Edwards’ has risen to a new post; as Executive Chairman opens an opportunity for Russell Gurnhill. Gurnhill will take control as Managing Director at Telereal Trillium. Other advancements within Telereal will trickle down to Adam Dakin, as the new managing director for the New Business and Services. Graeme Hunter will continue his current position at Telereal. Michael Hackenbroch is continuing on as group Finance Director.
This reconstruction within was planned long before now. The company will continue to be headquartered in London and continue their partnerships with Aviva, Royal Mail and others. The newly reconstructed team will continue to use their expertise to guide the corporation into the future. Telereal believes that these changes will deliver valuable profits to stakeholders and allow Telereal to continue to manage United Kingdom’s largest property investment portfolio.
A Little About Telereal Trillium
Telereal Trillium owns thousands of properties in the UK. The corporation is responsible for many of Britain’s working class. The corporation has working dealings with BT and the Department of Work and Pensions. The corporation has increased its portfolio with 55 properties including the Coutts Bank building. All these transactions have been a success with Graham Edwards at the helm.