Matthew Autterson is a business leader in the Denver community. He received his undergraduate degree in finance in 1979 from Michigan State University. He also earned an advanced education in taxes in 1981 at the University of Denver. Autterson first professional position was at Resources Trust Company in the greater Denver area. This was a startup when he joined which as a trust company that had been charted by the state of Colorado. It was a subsidiary of Integrated Resources out of New York City. He swiftly advanced his career at this company and in 1986 he was named the president.
While Matthew Autterson was leading this company, it went through a number of acquisitions. First, in 1989 the company was sold to Broad Inc. Later that company, after being renamed SunAmerica, was bought by AIG. Next AIG sold his company to Fiserv. During all these transitions Autterson ably steered the company and continued to expand its operations and number of customers. When he left in 2001 it has $20 billion in custodial assets and another $1 billion in deposits.
In July 2001, Matthew Autterson started at GL3B Partners Limited, LLP. This is a privately-owned company that makes investments such as in real estate. He is still with this company. He also joined CNS Biosciences, Inc. in July 2013 as the president and chief executive officer. This company performs research to develop neuropathic pain drugs. The founder is Dr. Scott Falci.
Matthew Autterson is also highly involved in a nonprofit that Dr. Scott Falci formed. This is called Falci Adaptive Biosystems and it also launched in 2013. He has a seat on this organizations board of directors. This nonprofit helps people who have neuromotor disabilities including those who were born with them and those who have them through accidents or combat duty. Along with top engineers they develop technology that helps these people gain the ability to both interact with and control items in their environment.
Other ways that Matthew Autterson donates his time and expertise is at the Denver Hospice. For 15 years he served as the chairman of their board and he helped in their mission to help people who need assisted living services. He also served on the board for the Webb-Waring Foundation. This organization provides research grants to those in the biomedical research industry. Additionally, he has provided guidance to the Denver Zoo for many years.