Matthew Autterson was born in Detroit, Michigan. Currently, he lives in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. He presently serves as a board member, president and chief executive officer of CNS Bioscience, Inc. CNS Bioscience was formed in 2013 by Scott Falci. It is a drug development company that focuses on neuropathic pain. Matthew attended Brother Rice High School and Michigan State University where he graduated with a B.A in Finance. Later on, he attended the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. Through his education, he’s been able to achieve a lot in his career.
At First Trust Corporation, an auxiliary of Fiserv is where he began his first career. He left in 1982 and joined a team of associates that chartered a new Colorado State-chartered trust company. He became president of Resources Trust Company in 1986. Together with other assets that belonged to Integrated Resources Inc, Resources Trust Company was acquired by Broad Inc in 1989 which later became SunAmerica, Inc. AIG acquired SunAmerica for 18 billion dollars in 1998. In 2001 Fiserv acquired AIG. In all these companies Matthew Autterson left a desirable working mark that was exceptional.
Matthew Autterson serves the Board of Directors at Falci Adaptive Biosystems(FAB) as a member. FAB is a non-profitable organization which is committed to helping people with neuromotor disabilities and a company that leads the neuroscience business sector in Colorado. It helps them to increase their capability of controlling and interacting with the environment. Most of the people supported are those who were injured while serving in the military. Being a leader in Colorado business community, FAB represents Mr. Matthew’s charitable interests as a result of his many years in leadership duties. He is a former member of the World Presidents Organization and Young Presidents Organization. Mr. Matthew has spent a quarter of a century in the industry of financial services.
Matthew Autterson has tremendously contributed to the Denver Zoo over the years. He has been able to bring on board numerous sponsors courtesy of his professional connections. In 2000 leaders at the zoo attributed the success in their fundraiser to Matthew’s efforts to raise funds for the zoo.
Matthew Autterson is married and has a daughter, Madison Autterson. Off-road racing is one of the activities he enjoys. He and his daughter were part of a team comprising of six people that completed the Baja 1000. It is a 1296-mile-long race in Mexico. It took his team 46 hours and 22 minutes to complete the race. See This Page to learn more.