Graham Edwards is the immensely talented Chief Executive Officer who works for Telereal Trillium, a widely known investment and commercial management firm. This company’s main office is in the heart of London in the United Kingdom. Telereal Trillium has been in operations since the early 2000s. Graham Edwards is the main man on the firm’s capable management crew. He’s functioned as the business’ Chief Executive since 2001. He was at the helm of the deal that brought on the exchange of close to 7,000 properties. These properties began with BT and ended up in the trusted hands of Telereal Trillium (Crunchbase).
Graham Edwards enjoyed a successful career even before joining the team at Telereal Trillium. He worked for Talisman Global Asset Management as its organized Chief Executive Officer. He even had a wonderful career before his time at Talisman. He worked for Merrill Lynch Investment Management and had a solid job as a detail-oriented fund manager. He was in charge of the finance sector for BT Group PLC for some time, too. He was proud to be part of the company’s finance crew. Graham Edwards spent a lot of time at prestigious Cambridge University learning all about the universe of economics and its possibilities.
This professional devotes a lot of energy to numerous highly respected groups. He deeply admires organizations such as the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the United Kingdom Society of Investment Professionals, the Association of Corporate Treasurers and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Graham Edwards has a lot in common with many reputable executives in this world. He, like many others out there, has a strong penchant for all different kinds of causes. He’s a philanthropist through and through. He never lets a lot of time go by without taking on philanthropic duties. People who have spoken to Edwards know that he’s a humanitarian in every sense of the word. He believes in many organizations that are all about philanthropic work. Some of his preferred philanthropic groups at the moment are One Voice Europe, Pennies, British Friends of the Hebrew University and Portland Trust.