Graham Edwards – Telereal Trillium’s Successful Philanthropist
Graham Edwards is the CEO of Telereal Trillium. His company is very successful in the real estate market of the United Kingdom. In addition, Graham is also the CEO and co-owner of Castle Water. Castle Water is a top water seller in the United Kingdom. In his personal life, Graham enjoys and excels in tennis, likes skiing, and is very experienced in investments. Graham received a formal education at King’s College London and the University of Cambridge. Before merging and managing Telereal Trillium, Graham was the chief investment officer of Talisman Global Asset Management as well as holding a position at both Merrill Lynch and the BT Group Plc’s property department.
Graham Edwards was a tremendous influence and directed the merger between Telereal and Trillium creating a largely successful real estate company where it serves 8,000 properties within the United Kingdom with a portfolio valued at 6 billion pounds. Although Graham Edwards focus is mostly on the growth of Telereal Trillium, he is also very active in bettering his community. Due to his successful merger of these two companies, Graham Edwards has created a legacy for being a highly effective deal maker.
Graham Edwards Telereal Trillium is known for and have been awarded for their charitable contributions giving Graham Edwards a reputation of being a successful philanthropist. A policy within Telereal Trillium known as Donation Matching Scheme is one of this organizations most effective charitable initiatives permitting Telereal Trillium employees to give their own money to a charitable cause they choose to donate to themselves, and Telereal Trillium matches that employees’ donation with a limit. At first, Telereal Trillium would match a donation at five hundred pounds but now they currently match donations up twenty-five hundred pounds. This increase came into effect due to the profitable growth of Telereal Trillium. This charitable behavior has had a positive result for Graham Edwards Telereal Trillium employees because they have pride in working for a company that allows them to be part of a corporate responsibility such as giving to a charity that they personally feel strongly about.