Matthew Autterson serves as board member of CNS Bioscience, Inc. in Denver, the company in which he is also the Chief Executive Officer as well as the president. CNS Bioscience was established in 2013 as a subsidiary company of Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB), founded by Scott Falci, M.D. It is a drug development company, for neuropathic pain drugs.
Autterson attended Michigan Stet University, right after graduating from Brother Rice High School. By 1980, he graduated from the Michigan Stet University with a bachelor’s Degree in Finance, and went for a Graduate Tax Program, thereafter in the University of Denver.
To start off his career, Autterson joined a subsidiary company of Fiserv, First Trust Corporation, where he worked until 1982, when he got a chance to work with Colorado State Chartered Trust Company, in a chartering team that was to charter the company as a satellite company of New York-based financial services company Integrated Resources, Inc. Mr. Autterson was made the president of Resource Trust Company in 1986. Resource Trust Company and all its assets and employees were purchased by Broad Inc, in 1989. Broad Inc., was changed to SunAmerica before AIG acquited it in 1998. Go To This Page for additional information.
Before Resource Trust Company was fully acquired from AIG by Fiserve in 2001, it was among the largest state-chartered companies, that was also insured by FDIC as a depository trust company in the nation. It dealt with offering both custodial and depository services to its clients, who were more than 200,000 who had become part of the company’s client-base through the over 15,000 dedicated and registered financial advisors who served the company independently. The company had 700 employees, held custodial assets of over $20 billion, and deposits of more than $1 billion, all under the presidency of Matthew Autterson. It was after the acquisition of Resource Trust Company by Fiserve, that Mr. Autterson and other company employees lost their jobs.
Autterson 25 years of working with Resource Trust Company, made him gain much experience financial services industry.
Today, Autterson is much interested in philanthropy, which is evident through the several years of leadership in the Denver Zoo Board, Webb-Waring Foundation, Denver Hospice and Denver Zoological Foundation. In fact, even after losing his job, Mr. Autterson was still very supportive of the Denver Zoo annual event, not only through his financial support but also in bringing in more sponsors.
Autterson, lives in Colorado, together with his wife Lori. He is also a father of grown-ups.