Telereal Trillium, one of the UK’s largest property companies, has played a significant role in developing the country’s landscape this century. Their portfolio includes a very impressive 86 million square feet that house 1% of the UK working population. Telereal Trillium is led by CEO, Graham Edwards, who has led the company since it was founded in 2001. At that time it was only Telereal coming several years later. It was in 2001 that Edwards helped Telereal enter a crucial 30-year strategic property partnership with BT Plc.
In 2009, Edwards led Telereal to acquire Trillium from Land Securities Group Plc. This massively revolutionary deal has resulted in Telereal Trillium having annual revenue of around £1 billion. Edwards began his career by working as a fund manager at Merrill Lynch Investment Management and as head of finance for BT Group Plc. Prior to joining the Telereal team, Edwards served as CIO of Talisman Global Asset, which began operations in 1998. He is known in the UK as a leader who truly makes the complex real estate industry easy for his clients to understand.
The methods of Telereal Trillium have not always been as good as they are now. Edwards has led the company in perfecting its services throughout its existence. One thing that Edwards learned early on is that he needed to give flexibility to the talented employees in his company. He has also been instrumental in many principals that have been important in guiding the company to success (https://thenewsversion.com/2018/03/graham-edwards-telereal/). Telereal Trillium currently has a long list of top company names as clients, including Virgin Media, Royal Mail, Barclays, BT, The Birmingham City Council, and The Department for Work and Pensions. The company is so respected that it has garnered many top industry awards through the years. Some of the honors and awards included The Norwood Property Lunch Property Deal of the Year award in 2009, Tomorrow’s People Awards ‘Corporate Supporter of the Year’ in 2016, and inclusion on The Sunday Times Top Track List of 100 Biggest Privately-Owned Companies list in 2016.