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Graham Edwards’ Elevation as Chairman of Telereal Trillium

Telereal Trillium’s Chief Executive Officer Graham Edwards has been promoted as the Chairman of the company. He was the Chief Executive Officer since its inception in 2009, and has likewise held the same position at Telereal since it was established in 2001. Russel Gurnhill, the Joint Managing Director of Telereal Trillium will succeed him as Chief Executive Officer. Adam Dunkin who similarly held the Joint Managing Director position will now be the Managing Director whose task will include the supervision of new service and businesses.

 

Graemae Hunter will remain to in-charge in managing all the property under Telereal Trillium as Group Property Director, whereas Michael Hackenbroch will also remain to be the Group Finance Director who will carry on the responsibility of overseeing financial matters.

 

Telereal Trillium has its main office in London, and has property affiliations with top-tier companies such as Royal Mail, DVLA, Aviva, and BT just to mention a few.

 

Graham Edwards stated that the reorganization of the company’s management was being discussed for quite a while that will provide an appropriate and synchronized feedback to the evolving priorities and mandates of Telereal Trillium.

 

He likewise said that the company has an extremely capable team adeptly position to generate and distinguish value for the company’s investors, provide excellent service to property partners, and add to the government’s house building objectives in the fields of strategic residential and land development, and carrying on the responsibility to manage and own one of the largest property collections in the UK.

 

Being in possession of over 8,000 assets in terms of properties, Telereal Trillium has constructed and built houses that provides dwelling for approximately 1% of Great Britain’s labor force. Its immense holdings came from the lease-back and sale transactions with large employers like the Department for Work and Pensions and BT. In the previous year, it made a deal worth £550m where it proposes to sell an assortment of 55 properties which includes the Coutts bank building that is situated on the Strand.

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