Graham Edwards merges Telereal and Trillium

Graham Edwards is the CEO of Telereal Trillium which deals with the property markets in the United Kingdom. Before Telereal Trillium was started, Graham Edwards was the chief executive of Telereal. Edwards reached out to the chief executive of Trillium, who was Ian Ellis at the time. Graham Edwards was aware that Trillium was coming onto the market. Both companies would end up joining and negotiated a 30-year contract. In 2009 the formation of Telereal Trillium would take place. Since Edwards negotiated the acquisition of Trillium from Land Securities Group Plc, he was named the CEO of Telereal Trillium (

With the formation of Telereal Trillium, it was clear that the company had ample assets on hand to reach their goals. Graham Edwards once said, “When we talk about how much money is there to invest, it’s how long is a piece of string, but the equity pool we could have access to is in excess of £1 billion.”

Telereal Trillium Ltd is a commercial property management and investment company. The headquarters is located in central London. Telereal Trillium had a £3.2 billion contract to manage buildings. Some of these buildings would include, job centres for the Department for Work and Pensions. It also managed property used by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).

Graham Edwards continued success has also brought him to be the CEO and co-owner of Castle Water. Castle Water is the leading independent water retailer in the United Kingdom. Besides Edwards successful career, he enjoys tennis, skiing and is also an expert in investments. This balanced approach to the businesses and his personal life, he undertakes has been a recurring theme throughout his career. As a graduate of the King’s College London and the University of Cambridge, he was able to hold high-profile positions with organizations over the years. With that experience, he was able to lead Telereal and then form Telereal Trillium. Graham Edwards will continue to thrive in the UK.

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