Matthew Autterson-A Coloradan Leader With Educational and Scientific Passions

Matthew Autterson serves a board member at Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB). He had that role since September 2013. FAB is a nonprofit company that provides adaptive technologies to people with neuromotor impairments. He became the CEO and President of CNS Bioscience, Inc in July 2013. CNS is committed to discovering neuropathic pain drugs. Scott Falci M.D. created this company in 2013. Autterson has 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. Matt has been a managing partner at GLB3 Partners Limited, LLP since July 2001.

 

First Trust Corporation, a Fiserv affiliate, was Autterson’s first employer. He worked at that company until 1982. In 1982, Autterson helped establish Resources Trust Company (RTC). Resource Trust Company is a subdivision of the Integrated Resources company. He was appointed President of Resources Trust Company in 1986. Broad Inc. bought Resources Trust Company in 1989. Broad Inc. was renamed as SunAmerica Inc. In 1998, AIG purchased SunAmerica for $18 billion. Fiserv acquired RTC from AIG in May 2001. RTC had over 200,000 customers and 700 employees from Colorado. The customers were referred to RTC by 15,000 financial advisors. Custodial assets were over $20 million, whereas liabilities (i.e. deposits) were at $1 billion.

 

In 1979, Autterson got his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. As of 1918, He was a student at the University of Denver Tax Program. In 1975, Matt graduated from Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

 

Mr. Autterson cares about animal welfare, Matthew Autterson is on the Board of Denver Zoo and Denver Zoological Foundation. He was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Denver Hospice for 15 years. The Do At The Zoo in 2000 was successful thanks to Autterson’s acquaintances, who brought in sponsors. He was member of the Board of Directors at Webb-Warring Foundation from 1996 to 1998. Education is also an important cause for him. From January 1993 to May 2009, Autterson was member and finance chair of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and World Presidents’ Organization (WPO).

 

Mr. Autterson lives with his wife Lori and children in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. Detroit is his hometown. He has his own channel on YouTube with four videos. Autterson is a fan of SAVVY Award winner Mickey Ackerman. He is a follower of Arpahoe Tennis Club.

 

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