Graham Edwards Goes from Telereal to the Centre of Policy Studies

Graham Edwards is a businessman out of London, United Kingdom. He has been the CEO of a company called Telereal Trillium since 2001. Due to his innovations and success in business, he has become a top finance expert in the country. He acquired Trillium from the Land Securities Group Plc. in 2001. After doing this he soon put Trillium at the head of the industry. Edwards has had a lot of success in business. He acquired the Pears FSA while he was at Talisman Global Asset Management. He was the chief investment officer at the company. He has had many other positions in business before this. These include companies like BT Group Plc’s, Merrill Lynch and more. To this day, he is part of the Association of Investment Professionals, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Association of Corporate Treasurers, and the Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He received his Masters in Economics at Cambridge University. He continues to strive and his sought out for his expertise and knowledge in finance.

 

Recently the Centre for Policy Studies has announced that they are starting a new branch. This new branch of the company will bring fresh faces to the forefront. The branch will contain four different programs. These different programs include housing and planning, welfare, business and enterprise, and tax with the cost of living. This is a new way for them to speak on behalf of voters and their needs. Each department will have a head that will oversee everything within that organization. Graham Edwards announced that he will be joining this new program. He will be overtaking the department of housing and planning. His responsibility will be to help come up with new innovations in regards to housing. They will work to find ways to help with housing and home ownership. Edwards is joined by other financial experts such as Tom Clougherty, Rachel Wolf, and Alex Morton. Edwards will be in charge of what’s called the Housing Policy Group. It is a group devised to help bring new ideas and policies to the housing department.