A major shakeup happened at Telereal Trillium, which has one office in Nottingham. Graham Edwards, CEO, agreed to become the chairman. Graham Edwards became CEO in 2009. Prior to that, he held the same post in 2001. He is replacing the former chief executive Russal Gurnhill. He was also previously managing director.
Adam Dakin, who worked as joint managing director will replace Edwards as CEO. Gaeme Hunter job position will not change. Hunter will continue to be responsible for all property matters.
The Changes in the Company Had Been Planned for a While.
In a press release, Graham Edwards said the change in job positions had been planned for a while at the company. The changes, he called a restructuring, will assist in the changing demands and priorities of the company, said Edwards.
Graham Edwards Has Always had a Major Impact of the Company.
Graham Edwards positive impact on the company began in December 2001. He closed the deal to enter into a strategic partnership with BT and Telereal. The deal between the two companies was for 30 years. This allowed the Telereal to acquire more than 6,700 properties with about 59.2 million square feet of floor space.
Telereal Trillium has grown under Graham Edward’s stewardship. In 2009, Edwards negotiated a merger between Telereal and Trillium. The company completed its merger with Graham at the helm.
Graham Edwards has Worked Hard to Make this Company a Success.
He has a background in investing. Thus, it was easy for him to identify the value present in BT’s properties. In addition to his background investing, he is also a former student of economics. He attended Cambridge University. His extensive knowledge has helped him build his career and the company in a positive way. However, his work does not stop there. He also has a strong history of working with many forward-thinking people in the field of investment.
The future of Telereal Trillium is brighter than bright with Graham Edward as the new chairman. He has already worked hard to make the company as success.