Matthew Autterson serves as a member of the board of directors of CNS Bioscience, Inc., a clinical-stage drug development corporation that specializes on offering treatment and medication to patients suffering from neuropathic pain. Mr. Autterson also serves at CNS as the company’s CEO and President. CNS Bioscience, Inc. was established by Scott Falci, M.D. in 2013. Additionally, Mr. Autterson also serves at Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB) as a member of the board of directors. Falci Adaptive Biosystems is a charitable organisation devoted to assisting patients suffering from neuromotor disability increase their potential in controlling and interacting with their environment. FAB’s office is headquartered at 3425 S. Clarkson Street in the City of Englewood, Colorado.
Mr. Autterson is also an active philanthropist. His current charitable interests have been evident in his many years of leadership posts with the Board in various foundations including Denver Zoological Foundation, and the Denver Zoo. He serves at Denver Hospice as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Matthew Autterson is a former associate of the World Presidents Organization, and the Young Presidents Organization.
In 1980, Mr. Autterson graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance from the Michigan Stet University. He also studied the Graduate Tax Program at the University of Denver. Matthew Autterson began his professional journey at one of the branches of Fiserv named First Trust Corporation. In 1982, Mr. Autterson left at First Trust Corporation and joined Integrated Resources, Inc. He became the chairman of Resources Trust Company in 1986. In 1989, Broad Inc. acquired Resources Trust Company together with other properties possessed by Integrated Resources, Inc. Afterwards, Broad Inc. became SunAmerica, Inc., and was acquired for $18 billion in 199 by America International Group.
Resources Trust Company was later acquired in May 2001 by Fiserv from America International Group. Earlier before Resources Trust Company was sold, the company was one of the leading FDIC-insured depository trust companies chartered by the state in the country. Moreover, the company provided custodial and depository services to over two hundred thousand customers. These clients were brought to the organisation by over fifteen thousand registered financial advisors who were independent. Resources Trust Company had over $1 billion assets in deposits, more than $20 billion assets in custody, and seven hundred workers.
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