Matthew Autterson is currently sitting as a member of the Board of Directors of Falci Adaptative Biosystems (FAB). Mr. Autterson also sits as a Board member, chief executive officer and President of CNS Bioscience. CNS Bioscience is a company founded by Scott Falci in 2013 where he is also the managing director (MD). The company specializes in clinical drug development stage and solving neuro-phatic disorders.
FAB group represents Autterson’s way of giving back to the community where they try to make a human-machine interface and other new technology innovations to help physically disabled people cope with the life. After years in the leadership position with the Board of the Denver Zoo and Denver Zoological Foundation and he was also the chairman of Denver Hospice. He also once held a member position of the World Presidents Organization and Young Presidents Organization, Autterson settled in FAB a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those with neuromotor disabilities increase their ability to control and be able to interact with their environment.
Besides his different leadership roles, Autterson has a track record stretching over 25 years where he served in various positions in the financial industry where he gained skills such as investment strategy, estate-planning among other skills. He also once held a position as the president of one of the largest state charted financial institutions in the country.
Mr. Matthew Autterson is an MBA holder from Michigan State University, and also he graduated with a degree in Finance in 1980. He later attended Denver University where he studied Tax Program.
After his studies, Autterson began his professional career at First Trust Corporation, a subsidiary company of Fiserv. After serving for approximately two years, Autterson left First Trust and joined a team that was pushing for Colorado State Trust Company to be chartered and listed as the constituent of Integrated Resources Inc, a financial services company located in New York.
In 1986, only six years after graduating, Autterson was promoted to be the president of Resources Trust Company which was later sold to Broad Inc (later renamed SunAmerica Inc) alongside other properties of Integrated Resources Inc. SunAmerica was in 1998 acquired by AIG for over $18 billion.
Under Autterson’s leader, Resources Trust Company was among the largest FDIC-Insured and chartered by state trust companies nationwide. At this point, Fiserv requested an acquisition application of this company to AIG. Here the Resources Trust Company had over 200,000 clients and handled over $20 billion in custodial assets department, more than $1 billion in deposits, and 700 employees.