How Graham Edwards Is Prepared To Guide Telereal Trillium Through Brexit

The Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) launched a new initiative in November 2017 called New Generation. The goal is to provide a new space which will result in new points of view on various issues. As there is only one more year to go until Brexit occurs they want to generate policy ideas for what Britain will look like post-Brexit.

CPS recently established four major policy programs that will focus on housing and planning, welfare, tax and cost of living, and business and enterprise. They want to help people feel like they have a genuine stake in society and that they are in control of their own lives.

These four programs will be watched over by Alex Morton who is the director of Field Consulting. The tax initiative will be handled by Tom Clougherty while Rachel Wolfe and the organization Public First will team up on the welfare aspect. Graham Edwards will oversee the housing programs. Who will be heading up the enterprise and entrepreneurship programs will be announced soon.

Telereal Trillium is a property development firm which has a big stake in what happens after Brexit. This company is managed by its Chief Executive Officer Graham Edwards Telereal. His company is one of Britain’s biggest property development firms with over £6 billion worth of properties. This company was established in 2001 and Graham Edwards has been the CEO since that time.

When Telereal Trillium was founded Graham Edwards had negotiated a 30-year partnership with British Telecom, at the time called BT Plc. Through this partnership Telereal Trillium purchased 6,700 properties from British Telecom. Another major transaction he handled was in January 2009 when he purchased Trillium from its then owner, Land Securities Group Plc.

Prior to becoming the CEO of Telereal Trillium, Graham Edwards was the CIO for Talisman Global Asset Management. He had also worked for Merrill Lynch Investment Management for a number of years where he was a fund manager. During his time with this firm he had also worked for their BT Group Plc. where he headed the finance department.