Matthew Autterson is a renowned Denver-based entrepreneur with interests in the financial industry and bioscience. He has extensive knowledge in wealth management and consultation. He attended the Michigan State University between 1975 and 1979 where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Finance. In 1981, he joined the University of Denver under the Graduate Tax Program.
Matthew Autterson worked in the financial industry for over 25 years. He started his career in 1982 at a subsidiary owned by Fiserv, the First Trust Corporation. After leaving the firm, he joined Resources Trust Company based in Denver. He helped set the company, which was a subsidiary of Integrated Resources, a financial services firm located in New York. He was appointed as the President in 1986. Broad Inc. bought the company before rebranding to SunAmerica in 1989. The firm later changed hands to AIG in 1998. Matthew Autterson continued to work for the company until May 2001. He was very resourceful during his tenure at Resources Trust Company that became one of the largest banking corporations in the United States. He had grown the clientele base to over 200,000 customers, with over 15000 financial advisors. He moved to GL3B Partners Limited in July 2001 as a managing partner. GL3B is a limited partnership that invests in the security markets, real estate, and private companies. Four years ago, Matthew Autterson joined a bioscience company, CNS Biosciences Inc. situated in Colorado. He is engaged as the President and CEO. The company focuses on early-stage and clinical-stage drug development for neuropathic pain.
Besides his official works, Matthew Autterson has been involved in several philanthropic missions. Autterson has been a board member of Falci Adaptive Biosystems since September 2013. Falci is a non-profit organization that helps people living with neuromotor disabilities. The mission of the organization is to improve their control ability through rehabilitation and inspirational programs. Matthew Autterson chairs the Board of Directors for The Denver Hospice. He was a board member for Webb-Waring Foundation for two years between 1996 and 1998. He was a member and Finance Chair for Young President Organization’s Rocky Mountain Chapter. YPO is a non-profit organization that engages business leaders drawn from diverse industries to inspire and impart knowledge on young people. Matthew Autterson’s philanthropic highlight is his ten year of volunteering at the Denver Zoological Foundation. He worked as a Board representative and vice chair of Finance between 1998 and 2008