Matthew Autterson has had a long career in the finance industry along with his endeavors in charitable organizations for people and animals. The medical related company CNS Bioscience Inc. founded in 2013 is headed by Matthew Autterson as President, Chief Executive Officer, and current board member. This is a company that focuses on neuropathic pain in the clinical state drug development. Mr. Autterson is also on the board of directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB). The goal of Falci Adaptive Biosystems as a non-profit organization is to assist in the increased ability to control for people suffering from neuromotor disabilities. One of the goals is to interact within their environment to provide more quality of life. He has worked within this field for most of his career and continues to remain in the field. Get More Information Here.
Mr. Autterson’s career spans 25 years in the financial industry and he was the president of one of the largest state financial institutions in the country. He attended Michigan State University where he graduated in 1980 with a B.A. in finance. Then Mr Autterson went on to attend the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program graduating and going into the finance industry to start his career. The first employment position of Mr. Autterson took was at the First Trust Corporation, which is a subsidiary of Fiserv. He then left that position in 1982 to go to the next company he would work for in the industry. His next position Mr. Autterson took was at a small company new to Colorado as a subsidiary of a New York based financial company. Autterson moved up in his career becoming Resources Trust Company president in 1986 who in 1989 with assets owned by Integrated Resources Inc. acquired Broad Inc. that became SunAmerica Inc. By 1998 SunAmerica was acquired by AIG. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Denver Hospice organization as a part of his focus on helping people with terminal illnesses.
Mr. Autterson has charitable interests outside of the finance and health related industry but that still have a goal to help the less fortunate. Two of these are focused on his leadership roles on the board of directors of the Denver Zoo and Denver Zoological Foundation. This charitable board seat is far from his daily job but just as important for the finance CEO and hospice board member.