Graham Edwards, Telereal Trillium’s secret weapon

Telereal Trillium is one of the world’s leading commercial property management and investment companies. It is known for its excellent property management services (Fasttrack). Because of their excellence in service, the company based in London won a contract worth 3.2 billion to manage properties by the department of work and pensions to manage buildings such as job centres.

A company’s reputation is sum total of its leadership. Is a company’s leadership is corrupt, the reputation it will have will be a company that is corrupt. If the leadership is diligent in their work, the company will be known for its diligence. Telereal Trillium is known for its excellence because its leadership is excellent in their dealings. Graham Edwards has been the CEO of Telereal since its founding in 2001.

Eight years after Graham Edwards took reigns of the company he saw it make an excess of 1 billion pounds by acquiring Trillium from its former owners, Land Securities Group Plc. After the acquisition of Trillium, Tekereal changed its name to TelerealTrillium. This placed the company ahead of its competitors. Graham Edwards is not known to stay in one position for long. He is constantly challenging his team to make a move forward. This has seen them come up with quality services for their customers and has been the driving force behind their rapid expansion.

Graham Edwards’s experience in the business world has helped him cultivate a culture of excellence. This is what sets him apart as a business leader. He worked at Merrill Lynch Investment as a fund manager and at BT Group Plc’s property department as head of finance. His excellent work in these posts saw him become the chief investment officer of Talisman Global Asset Management. While at Talisman Global Asset Management, he managed to register the company as the Pears FSA registered asset management arm which helped them make a profit of over a billion euros.

Apart from being a successful business man, Graham Edwards is a philanthropist. He has been on the board of many non-profit organizations including One Voice Europe and British Friends of the Hebrew University.