Matthew Autterson studied finance at Michigan University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1990 later joining the Denver Graduate Tax Program. He currently resides in Colorado as a board member of a nonprofit organization called Falci Adaptive Biosystems. The group consisting of 11 members pursues their goal of improving the quality of life for those who suffer from neuromotor disabilities. Autterson is also the Chief Executive Officer of CNS Bioscience, Inc which specializes in development of clinical-stage drugs used to treat neuropathic pain.
Matthew Autterson has over 25 years’ experience in the financial service industry, starting at First Trust Corporation to later leave in 1982. Eventually becoming president of Resources Trust Company in 1986. Three years later in 1989 Resources Trust Company as well as assets belonging to Integrated Resources, Inc. were obtained by Broad Inc, later becoming SunAmerica, Inc.
SunAmerica was purchased by American International Group in 1998 for $18 billion, later resulting in being bought by Fiserv, the rightful owners of First Trust Corporation at the time when Matthew Autterson was employed by them. Resources Trust Company was one of the largest state-chartered, FDIC-insured depository trust companies in the country under the ownership of AIG, providing services to over 200,000 clients. At the time $20 billion worth of custodial assets and deposits totaling over $1.0 billion.
Matthew Autterson leadership positions in the Denver Zoo and Denver Zoological Foundation, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Denver Hospice, the Webb-Waring Foundation. He also was finance chair of the Young Presidents’ Organization and World Presidents’ Organization. Go To This Page to learn more.
In 2007 Autterson has taken part in the Baja 1000, a 1,296-mile-long race off-road in Mexico. Along with his team consisting of Holly Kylberg, Rich Kylberg, Dutch Rehbun, Buzz Wiepking,and his daughter Madison Autterson, He competed against Patrick “Dr. McDreamy” Dempsey’s team. During the race a helicopter crash occurred nearby killing 2 people including a Mexican drug cartel boss, who later had his body stolen from the morgue by armed assailants. The team had to detour to avoid the crash but ended up finishing 4 hours ahead of Patrick Dempsey’s team.