Telereal Trillium, one of the UK’s leading realty businesses, has now grossed over £6 billion in revenues. Since 2001, Telereal’s impact on the property market has significantly increased. The CEO, Graham Edwards, has led the way for the company, involving them in a 30-year strategic plan partnered with BT Plc. Edwards has expanded Telereal’s income into the billions with two major deals since the creation of the company.
Investing about £2.38 billion, Telereal acquired 6,700 properties from BT Plc. For a size comparison, that’s about 59.2 million square feet altogether. Once again demonstrating fantastic leadership, Edwards made a major transaction with Land Securities Group Plc, beginning the outsourcing of their property, and securing Telereal Trillium as the market’s leading organization in property outsourcing. They have also provided service to a plethora of clients throughout many industries including Virgin Media, Royal Mail, Barclays, BT, The Birmingham City Council, and The Department for Work and Pensions, always maintaining awe-inspiring reputation.
Previously the chief investment officer of Talisman Global Asset Management, Graham Edwards has been involved in the management of 2 multi-million dollar businesses, and both have since flourished into the billions (Releasefact). Telereal’s aim has been to provide an environment where people with talent in their area of expertise can develop and fulfill their maximum potential. It’s quite clear that they succeed in doing so, seeing how much growth Edwards has been able to bring to the company through his role as CEO.
Under lead by Edwards, Trillium has also received numerous awards, such as the
Investors in People award and the Norwood Property Lunch Property Deal of the Year award. In 2016, they were also given a prestigious spot in the Sunday Times Top Track List of 100 Biggest Privately-Owned Companies. Showing determination and commitment to his business, Edwards has cemented his legacy at Telereal, showing that we positively will hear of their success and influence in the property market throughout the future.