Matthew Autterson prides himself on being highly experienced in matters regarding financial services, especially because he has been in the industry for about 25 years. In the course of his career, he served one of the country’s largest state chartered financial institutions in the capacity of president. Currently, Matthew Autterson holds several positions such as chief executive officer, board member and president of CNS Bioscience, Inc. Since being founded by Scott Falci in 2013, the company operates as a clinical-stage drug development entity that targets neurological pain.
Aside from being an experienced business personality, Matthew Autterson is well-educated. He holds a BA in Finance degree from Michigan Stet University where he graduated in 1980. Later, he joined the Graduate Tax Program at the University of Denver.
Career Journey of Matthew Autterson
Matthew Autterson dived into the finance industry by joining First Trust Corporation before leaving the company in 1982. In turn, he joined a small team that formed a new Colorado state chartered trust entity that would operate as a subsidiary of Integrated Resources, Inc., a financial services enterprise located in New York. Things continued to take an upward turn for Matthew Autterson, as he assumed the presidency role at Resources Trust Company in 1986.
Broad Inc. bought all assets held by Integrated Resources, Inc, along with Resources Trust Company to become SunAmerica Inc. Later in 1988, AIG acquired the company for a whopping $18 billion. In turn, Fiserv acquired Resources Trust Company from AIG in May 2001.Before concluding the acquisition, Resources Trust Company topped as one of the country’s largest state-chartered as well as FDIC-insured depository trust institutions. At the time, it delivered both custodial and depository services to an excess of 200, 000 customers who had been introduced to the company through its 15,000 plus independent financial advisors. Aside from having about 700 employees, Resources Trust Company had more than $1.0 billion in deposits and $20 billion custodial assets.
Philanthropic Interests and Membership
Matthew Autterson holds a membership seat on Falci Adaptive Biosystems’ board of directors. Since the organization is a business leader in Colorado, it represents most of Autterson’s philanthropic interests citing his many years of leadership roles on the boards of various organizations. Some of these institutions include the Webb-Waring Foundation, Denver Zoo, Denver Hospice, and the Denver Zoological Foundation. Furthermore, Matthew Autterson is a former member of various organizations including the World Presidents Organization and Young Presidents Organization.