One of the leading property companies across the globe Telereal Trillium recently restructured its management. The current Chief Executive Officer, Graham Edwards, will become Trillium’s new chairman while joint managing director Russell Gurnhill will take over as the new CEO. Adam Dakin will be in-charge of new business and services as the managing director. He previously served as a joint managing director at Telereal Trillium. Both Graeme Hunter and Michael Hackenbroch will maintain their roles in property matters and financial matters respectively. Graham Edwards believes that the change in management will help the firm to cope with the changing demands of the market. Based in London, Telereal Trillium is one of the largest property portfolios in the United Kingdom. The firm is currently in property partnership with companies such as Royal Mail, Aviva, BT and the DVLA.
About Graham Edwards
Graham Edwards is the Chief Executive Officer of Telereal Trillium, a property management and commercial investment company. He is a financial expert who is admired and envied by all. Graham attained is education at the University of Cambridge and King’s College London where he studied Economics. Before joining Telereal, Edwards served as the Chief Investment Officer at Talisman Global Asset Management. The success of the firm is credited to the influence that Graham had while working as the CIO. Currently, Talisman has assets amounting to more than £1 billion under its management. Previously, Edward worked as the Head of Finance at BT Group and as a hedge fund manager at Merrill Lynch.
Graham’s leadership and influence at Telereal Trillium are to be praised. As the CEO of the privately held company, he spearheaded the merger between Telereal and Trillium. He was at the forefront of the negotiations for the acquisition by initiating talks with Ian Ellis, former Trillium’s CEO. The partnership between the two companies meant that Telereal Trillium would take over as the leading outsourcing and property investment firms in the UK. Besides Trillium, Edward is an active member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Wales and England. He also serves as a board member at British Friends of the Hebrew University, One Voice Europe and at Portland Trust.
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Anyone who is in the know within the aerospace industry should be aware of Louis Chenevert in some capacity or another. It is no secret that during his career he reshaped the way the entire aerospace industry worked for the foreseeable future. Much of his success was a result of his education and experience which began in Montreal, Quebec. In 1979 he became a graduate from HEC Montreal, where Chenevert earned his bachelor’s of business administration degree in production management. Later in life, he also was awarded an honoree doctorate from Concordia University in 2014.
From there he began his working career at General Motors where he remained a general productions manager for fourteen years. After his time at GM, Chenevert joined Pratt & Whitney Canada in the year 1993. Six years later he was elected vice president of operations and eventually president of Pratt & Whitney as a whole. Chenevery with years of experience under him at this point, continued to rise in the ranks moving to join United Technologies Corporation where he was elected chief operating officer, president, and director. As his last major career move while at UTC, Chenevert was elected President and Chief Executive Officer in 2008 then Chairman in 2010 until he retired in November of 2014.
His expertise in operations led him to married Pratt & Whitney with UTC which resulted in the development of several innovations that catapulted the company to the forefront of the industry. It was no secret that Chenevert was an innovative visionary. The proof is in his continued to invest in a particular GTF engine he recalled back in Pratt & Whitney days. It pushed for an investment of over $10 billion and in two decades resulted in an engine that consumed 16% less fuel and produced 50% fewer emissions. It is now flown by 14 airlines on more than 70 aircraft around the world.
In addition to his production prowess, Chenevert is big on supporting people, and this isn’t limited to the people who work at UTC, but also its suppliers domestically. His visions have helped to ensure that UTC as a whole sees growth for years to come.