Matthew Autterson spent around 25 years of his life operating in the financial services sector, where he held the presidency of a state-charted financial institution that is among the hugest in the country. Matthew Autterson is a graduate of the Michigan Stet University. He studied B.A. in Finance degree in 1980. Mr. Autterson then proceeded to join the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program.
Autterson’s career path started off at First Trust Corporation, a Fiserv subsidiary. He then made his move in 1982, joining a smaller team that was to charter a fresh Colorado State charted trust company. This trust company was a subsidiary of Integrated Resources Incorporated based in New York. In 1986, Matthew Autterson assumed the presidency at Resources Trust Company. Three years later, the company plus all the assets that Integrated Resources Incorporated were purchased by Broad Incorportated, which later on became SunAmerica Incorporated. AIG then acquired SunAmerica in the year 1998 for a reported $18 billion.
Successive Change of Ownership
In the month of May, 2001, Fiserv acquired the Resources Trust Company from AIG. Before the sale was completed, Resources Trust Company used to be among the biggest state-chartered depository trust corporations that were FDIC-insured in the US. The company used to provide custodial and depository services to over 200,000 clients who had been lured into the company by more than 15,000 autonomously registered financial advisors. The Resources Trust Company boasted of over $20 billion in the form of custodial assets, more than $1 billion deposits as well as a workforce of 700 employees.
Role at Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB)
Mr. Autterson sits at Falci Adaptive Biosystems‘ board of directors as a member. Falci Adaptive Biosystems refers to a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to helping persons with neuromotor disabilities increase their abilities of controlling as well as interacting with the environment. FAB has emerged as a leader of the business community in Colorado. The company represents the philanthropic interests that Mr. Autterson has at the moment following his long years in leadership roles at the Board of Denver Zoological Foundation, Denver Zoo and Webb-warring Foundation. He also had a stint as the chair of the board of directors at Denver Hospice, which fueled his philanthropic interests. Previously, he was a member of the World Presidents Organization and the Young Presidents Organization. He is currently a member of the board, CEO and president of CNS Bioscience Incorporated, which was founded by Scott Falci in 2013. CNS is involved in drugs development to find solutions that can effectively deal with neuropathic pain.