Following the Footprints of Mathew Autterson’s Career
Mathew Autterson spent two decades and a half in the industry of financial services, where he served as the president of among the largest state-charted financial institutions countrywide. He studied at the Michigan Stet University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance in the year 1980. Patterson attended the Graduate Tax Program of DU (University of Denver). He started his career at the New Orleans-based First Trust Corp., which offers commercial banking services, and a subsidiary of Fiserv, an American financial services technology provider.
In 1982, Autterson left and decided to join a small team with the intention of chartering a new chartered trust company in the Colorado State as a subsidiary of the Integrated Resources, Inc (IRI). IRI is a New York-based professional staffing firm that specializes in consulting, contract, and full-time positions in the field of Allied Healthcare, Life Science, and IT.
In the year 1986, Autterson became the Resources Trust Company president. In 1989, Broad Inc. acquired the Resources Trust Company together with the assets of Integrated Resources, Inc. Afterward, it became SunAmerica, Inc., which was acquired by the American International Group, Inc. (AIG) for $18 billion in the year 1998. Fiserv acquired Resources Trust Company from AIG in May 2001.
Before the sale completion, Resources Trust Company used to be among the largest state-chartered, FDIC-insured (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) depository trust companies countrywide. It provided custodial and depository services to over 200,000. Resources Trust Company held over $20 billion in the form of custodial assets, 700 employees as well as more than $1.0 billion in deposits.
Autterson is also a member of B of D (Board of Directors) of FAB (Falci Adaptive Biosystems), which is a non-business entity devoted to helping people with neuromotor disabilities in increasing their capability of controlling and interacting with their environment. As a leader in the business community of Colorado, FAB is representing the current philanthropic interests of Matthew Autterson following many years of the roles of leadership with the Denver Zoological Foundation and Denver Zoo Board, the Webb-Waring Foundation as well as Chairman of B of D of Denver Hospice.
Autterson used to be a member of the World Presidents Organization and Young Presidents Organization. Currently, he is the Chief Executive Officer, President, and Board Member of CNS Bioscience, Inc., established in the year 2013 by Scott. P. Falci, M.D. It’s a company for clinical-stage drug development that focuses on neuropathic pain.