With over 20 years of experience in the financial services sector, Matthew Autterson’s served in numerous positions throughout his career. Mathew Autterson also got the chance to serve as the president of a leading state chartered financial institution in the U.S.
Academic and Professional Background
Autterson has a bachelor’s of arts degree in finance that he earned after graduating from Michigan State University back in 1980. He was ambitious about furthering his studies after earning his first undergraduate degree. He later decided to enroll in the University of Denver for a graduate course in taxation.
After school, Autterson was hired by a subsidiary of Fiserv known as First Trust Corporation. He left the company in 1982 after receiving an offer to work with Integrated Resources, Inc. He worked with a team of financial experts to steer the growth of Colorado State Chartered Trust, which was a newly launched subsidiary of Integrated Resources. His career took a different turn after he was elected as the president of Resources Trust Company back in 1986.
Resources Trust Company
Resources Trust Company is the leading FDIC-insured and state-chartered depository trust companies in the United States. The financial services institution excels in enabling over 200,000 clients to access depository and custodial services. With a workforce comprising of 700 employees, the institution managed over $1 billion in deposits and $20 billion in custodial assets.
As the president of Resources Trust, Autterson supervised over 15,000 registered independent financial advisors. The role of these experts was to bring new clients to acquire Resources Trust’s depository and custodial services.
Resources Trust Company operated as a branch of Integrated Resources. The subsidiary bought by Broad Inc. and renamed to SunAmerica, Inc. In 1998, AIG successfully acquired SunAmerica for $18 billion. Fiserv, a company that Autterson previously worked for, acquired Resources Trust Company from AIG, its competitor in the financial services market.
Autterson’s Board Membership Roles
Matthew Autterson previously served as a member of the famed World Presidents Organization and the prominent Young Presidents Organization. As a philanthropist, he was appointed to serve on the Board of Directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems. His appointment came after he served as a member of Board of the Denver Zoo and Denver Zoological Foundation. Autterson was also the chair of the Board of Directors of Denver Hospice.
Autterson currently serves as CEO, president and board member of a clinical-stage drug development company known as CNS Biosystems. It was founded back in 2013 by a renowned scientist known as Scott Falsi to focus on neuropathic pain.