Matthew Autterson is a successful businessman who has proven he can run different kinds of companies and achieve success. Before beginning his distinguished business career, Autterson graduated from Michigan State University in 1980 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance. Plus, he went to the Graduate Tax Program of the University of Denver. He began his professional career in the financial services industry, at First Trust Corporation, a subsidiary of Fiserv.
Always a leader, in 1982 Autterson came up with a team to charter a new trust company in the state of Colorado. It would be a subsidiary of Integrated Resources, Inc, a financial services company based in New York. That continued his course to becoming one of the most respected business leaders in Colorado. By 1986, he had earned his promotion to president of Resources Trust Company. In 1989, Broad, Inc bought a lot of assets from Integrated Resources, including Autterson’s company Resources Trust Company. Broad became SunAmerica, which AIG bought out in 1998 for $18 billion. In May 2001 Fiserv bought Resources Trust Company from AIG.
That brought Autterson back full circle, with Fiserv. And by that time, thanks to his outstanding executive abilities, Resources Trust Company one of the largest state-chartered, depository trust companies in the United States. It had over 200,000 clients for its depository and custodial services. Its clients came from over 15,000 independent financial advisors. It had 700 employees. It held more than $20 billion in assets and over $1 billion in assets. That is clearly a magnificent achievement to be proud of. Read This Article for related information.
Now Autterson has taken on a different challenge. He serves as President, Chief Executive Officer and Board Member of CNS Bioscience, Inc. CNS is a biotech firm founded by Dr. Scott Falci in 2013. CNS is a biotech firm developing drugs for neuropathic pain now in clinical stages.
In keeping with his role as a Colorado leader, Autterson also supports the community directly. He serves as a board member of Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB), a nonprofit firm in Englewood, Colorado. Autterson is also a past president of the Young Presidents Organization and World Presidents Organization. He has also served on the boards of other notable nonprofit organizations such as the Denver Hospice, where he was Chairman of the Board of Directors. He has been on the boards of the Denver Zoo, the Denver Zoological Foundation and the Webb-Waring Foundation. The Denver Post credited Matthew Autterson with the success of its fundraiser Do at the Zoo because he brought in so many new corporate sponsors.