Matthew Autterson is a businessman based in Denver, Colorado. He is a graduate of Michigan State University and earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Finance in 1980 . He also attended the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. With his education in hand, Autterson began his professional career with First Trust Corporation and in 1982 he moved on to work with a group to focus on chartering a new trust company that became a subsidiary of Integrated Resources, Inc., a financial services company.
In 1986, Autterson took on the role of President of Resources Trust Company and in 1989, Resources Trust and all associated assets owned by Integrated Resources was acquired by Broad, Inc., which eventually morphed into Sun America, Inc. In 1998, Sun America was purchased by AIG for $18 billion.
Currently, Autterson is the President, Board Member and CEO of CNS Bioscience, Inc. The company was founded by Scott Falci, M.D., CNS in 2013 and it is a drug development company at the clinical stage that focuses on neuropathic pain.
His extraordinary management skills have made him a favorite to serve on several organizations. Autterson serves on the Falci Adaptive Biosystems board of directors. He also wears his philanthropic hat and is much involved in the community and is lovingly referred to as the guru with a heart. He has taken on several charitable organizations and initiatives and includes the Webb-Waring Foundation, the Denver Zoo and the Denver Zoological Foundation. He and his wife have raised thousands of dollars for the zoo. In addition he has served as the chairman of the board of directors of Denver Hospice. Other affiliations include the Young Presidents Organization and the World Presidents Organization.
Autterson is also a man that is not afraid to participate in various road races. In 2007, Matthew Autterson, along with his daughter Madison, participated in the Baja 1000 Road Race. The race is a very popular road race that covers a distance of 1,296 miles. His team executed the course in 46 hours and 22 minutes – four hours ahead of the next team.
Autterson strength is his open door management style. He always has time for anyone that wants a few minutes of his time. He is an advocate of team work and always learning new skills. It is important to continually develop new and improved strategies to better serve clients. He is an inspirational leader and that is why his services are always in demand.