Matthew Autterson has spent nearly 25 years of his career working within the financial services industry. He has been the president of a sweeping financial institution that is one of the largest state-chartered company in the U.S. Mr. Autterson has an educational background in finance. He is a graduate of the Michigan State University in 1980 with a Bachelors of Art in Finance. He also attended the University of Denver’s Graduate Tax Program.
His first career opportunity began at the First Trust Corporation which is a subsidiary of Fiserv. He then joined the Colorado State chartered trust company which was subsidiary of New York’s Integrated Resources, Inc., a financial services company. His next career move was that of the president of Resources Trust Company in 1986, then three years later, Resources Trust Company was acquired by Broad, Inc. nee SunAmerica and today is known as AIG.
Mr. Autterson is a leading philanthropist and successful businessman within the Colorado community. He has always dedicated his life pursuits to developing technologies designed to help the disabled. Mr. Autterson enjoys another philanthropic pursuit which is in the field of neuromotor mental disabilities, like that of Cerebral Palsy and Spina Bifida.
He currently sits on the Board of the Falci Adaptive Biosystems (‘FAB’) which is a Colorado nonprofit organization whose purpose is to help those diagnosed with this disease. Falci Adaptive Biosystems conducts research into supporting people better control their motor skills, to learn how to interact with the world around them, and help them with their nerve pain symptoms.
FAB is just one of the successful philanthropic causes supported by Matthew Autterson. Other philanthropic careers has included leadership roles on the Board of the Denver Zoological Foundation, the Denver Zoo, the Webb-warring Foundation, and the Denver Hospice. Mr. Autterson began his initial philanthropic venture with the drug development firm of CNS Bioscience Inc., addressing neuropathic issues and which was founded by Scott Falci in 2013 and focuses on neuropathic pain. Get More Info Here.
He and his wife and daughter reside in Colorado. Matthew Autterson and his family believe in supporting charity organizations, working hard, and exemplifying innovative business ideals. Just for fun, Matthew and his daughter competed together in a Baja 1,000 Race.
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