Matthew Autterson is a board member at Falci Adaptive Biosystems and a leader in the business community of Colorado. For twenty-five years, Matthew Autterson worked in the financial service sector and served as the president of a leading financial institution at the time.
Matthew Autterson grew up in Colorado and attended Brother Rice high school. He then went to Michigan State University and graduated with Bachelor of Arts in Finance in 1980. He also studied at the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. His first job was at First Trust Corporation before he left for Resources Trust Company where he was promoted to president in 1982.
Under his leadership, the firm grew its brand to become one of the best state-chartered FDIC trust firms in the country. Resources Trust Company had more than two hundred thousand clients and was one of the largest FDIC-insured trust companies offering both depository and custodial services. The firm also had independent and registered financial advisors that contributed to its success. The assets of Resources Trust Company grew to a net worth of $20 billion before its ownership was claimed by Fiserv.
Matthew Autterson is the chief executive officer, president, and board member of CNS Bioscience that was established in 2013 by Scott Falci. The company provides clinical stage therapy for patients with neuropathic pain. Matthew Autterson is also a kind man based on his past involvements and activities. Some of his charitable involvements are his work at Denver Zoo and Webb-Warring Foundation. He also has affiliations with the Young Presidents Organization and World Presidents Organization.
Matthew Autterson has management experience and has been appointed by different organizations in their boards to help with making important and crucial management decisions. Matthew Autterson is an active member of Falci Adaptive Biosystems board. The firm is dedicated to helping people who suffer from neuromotor disabilities expand and improve their ability to interact with their surrounding and have control of the same. This job fits Matthew Autterson because it allows him to exercise philanthropy.
Mr. Autterson took part in the 2007 Baja 1000 race in Mexico. Accompanied by his daughter, their team led by Holly Kylberg completed the race in 46 hours and 22 minutes. Matthew Autterson is evidently an honorable man. He has a very impressive professional background and can be an excellent role model and mentor to young people who would like to pursue a career in the financial industry.