Graham Edwards was recently appointed as the new executive chairman of the Telereal Trillium Company after serving since 2009. With his appointment as the chair has led to a series of reshuffling in the company where the former managing director known as Russell Gurnhill will assume office as the chief executive. Meanwhile, Gurnhill’s former office will be occupied by Adam Dakin with his main role being in charge of business and services. What’s more, the group’s property director known as Graeme Hunter will maintain the role of taking charge of the properties matters within the premises while Michael Hackenbroch remains as the group’s finance director.
The Telereal Trillium Company has partnerships with several other organizations in the property sector such as the DVLA, Aviva, Royal Mail, and BT. Besides, the London based company has its targets focussed on a growth strategy that will help the organization own the largest portfolios in the real estate sector of the United Kingdom. It is for this reason Graham Edward says that the restructuring of Telereal Trillium is in line with the company’s business strategies in delivering the demands of its clients. He adds that the team at Telereal Trillium is well able to go beyond its stakeholder’s expectation by offering excellent service to the property partners involved.
Graham Edwards Impact on Telereal Trillium
Graham Edwards who is 51 heads the Telereal Trillium Company which currently owes over 8000 properties in Britain resulting to 1% housing in the UK. Under his leadership, the company has grown tremendously where one of its major highlights was last year when Telereal struck a deal of selling over 55 properties valued at £550m. Equally important, through Graham Edwards’ leadership, the company’s portfolio has grown to have over £6 billion worth of revenue while its total area covers 86 million square feet.
Further, Graham Edwards led the Telereal Trillium into a three-decade contract of strategic partnership with BT which was executed in 2001. Again, it was through Graham Edward’s hard work and dedication that saw the company become the market leader after he conducted the negotiations in 2009 that led to the acquisition of the Trillium Company to have the Telereal Trillium which today is the top in the property sector in the UK. Additionally, Graham Edwards is a graduate of the Cambridge University where he did Economics and later joining the Telereal Trillium.