Matthew Autterson’s Career Instills Confidence in Prospective Philanthropists

Drawing on his more than 25 years as a business executive, Matthew Autterson is also well-known as a leader in Colorado’s business community.

After graduating from Michigan State University with a B. A. degree, Autterson attended the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program.

His professional career was launched at First Trust Corporation, a subsidiary of Fiserv. He then joined Colorado State Chartered Company, a subsidiary of New York-based financial services company Integrated Resources. He became president of Resources Trust Company in 1986. Three years later Resources Trust Company was acquired by Broad Inc. which subsequently became SunAmerica.

AIG acquired SunAmerica for $18 billion. Preceding the sale’s completion, Resources Trust Company was one of the biggest state-chartered, FDIC-insured depository trust companies in the United States.

After working for close to 20 years at Resources Trust Company, Autterson joined GL3B Partners Ltd., a privately-owned, member operated limited partnership that directs its attention to real estate, privately held operating companies and more.

At the present time, Autterson utilizes his advisory skills as the president and chief executive officer of CNS Bioscience. CNS is an early stage bio-science company that for the most part focuses on neuropathic pain, pain that is due to injury or dysfunction of the nerves or the nervous system.

He operates on the Board of Directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB), a company that offers assistance to people with neuromotor disabilities in developing their strength to control and become accustomed to their environment. Both FAB and CNS were founded by Dr. Scott Falci, Craig Hospital’s lead neurosurgeon.

FAB works with the foremost medical centers and engineering specialists to evolve new and fresh technologies into healing and remedy systems.

As a leader in Colorado’s business community, Autterson’s philanthropic activities also take in several years of leadership roles with the Board of the Denver Zoo and Denver Zoological Foundation.

Specifically, Autterson has helped raise $50,000 for the construction of a children’s carousel at the Denver Zoo.

He also functioned as chairman of the Board of Directors of Denver Hospice and served as a former member of the Young President’s Organization and World Presidents’ Organization. In addition, Matthew Autterson volunteered as a member of the Board of Directors of the Webb-Waring Foundation.