Graham Edwards and his business expertise.

Graham Edwards, the Chief Executive Officer since 2001 of Telereal Trillium, will be joining The Centre for Policy Studies as the chairman of their new Housing Policy Group and as a CPS Research Fellow.

Graham Edwards’ company contributes to one percent of the workforce in Britain. It is built on the most massively owned private property in the United States. On top of his duties in his firm, he will work with house experts to turbo change both house building as well as homeownership.

In The Centre for Policy Studies, he will be working with other big fish like Tom Clougherty who will be head of tax, Alex Morton who will be head of housing at policy exchange, Emma Barr as the head of communication, mentioning just a few. This assures one of quality and value for their money.

Telereal Trillium was founded in the year 1997. The firm owns more than eight thousand properties. Graham Edwards did Economics at the University of Cambridge (Facebook). He worked as a fund manager at Merrill Lynch Investment Management. Graham has several business interests:

  1. Mining
  2. Software development
  3. Real estate

These entrepreneurial aspirations are the backbone of his career and the reason that the business is always on the top charts in its line of work. The business interests have also helped him expand his properties as well as amass great wealth to expand the capital base of the Telereal Trillium.

Graham Edwards serves boards and committees like the Voice of Europe, Portland Trust, and British Friends of the Hebrew University among many others. In such boards he is looked unto, to give sound advice as well as give information from his Economics point of view. By so doing, he has made his name known far and wide as a business consultant.

Graham Edward is a member of the Royal Institute Surveyors and the United Kingdom Society of Investment Professionals. In the year 2000, they made a fifty-fifty venture with William Pears Limited. They are headquartered in Central London England.

The merger was an example of the integration which included the expedited consolidation of the company’s IT and finance department. It also created a position for a new senior management team with members of both Telereal and Trillium.