Leadership comes from the top down and Graham Edwards’ commitment to understanding what drives value is readily apparent after witnessing his accomplishments at Telereal Trillium. Since he has been CEO of the company, he has presided over immense growth and success. Driving his success is a fundamental principle of eliminating the complicated aspects of real estate for the customer. Simplicity creates the best environment for this type of business.

Telereal Trillium is a company that utilizes the potential and talent of all its employees. A tremendous amount of value is placed on the attribute of awareness. The company cultivates and nourishes the aspirations and goals of its workers (https://gazetteday.com/2018/02/uk-property-developer-graham-edwards-plays-pivotal-role-telereal-trillium/). They service a variety of companies including Barclays, Virgin Media, BT, Royal Mail, the Department for Work and Pensions, and the Birmingham City Council. In 2006, the company was awarded the Investors in People award, and in 2009, they were given the Norwood Property Lunch Property Deal of the Year award. The Corporate Supporter of the Year award was given to Telereal Trillium in 2016 by the Tomorrow’s People Awards. Diligence and a steady pace of stable growth is the only way to describe the path that this company has taken. With an enormous wealth of holdings, Graham Edwards Telereal has positioned this company well to prosper indefinitely.

Graham Edwards studied economics at Cambridge University and went on to manage funds at Merrill Lynch. He was also the Head of Finance for BT Group PLC’s property department. Later he joined Talisman Global Asset Management and became their Chief Investment Officer. In 2001, Edwars became the Chief Executive of Telereal and eight years later they acquired Trillium and became Telereal Trillium. They now hold a portfolio worth around $6 billion and have now become one of the UK’s biggest and most successful property companies.