In 2007, Matthew Autterson participated in the Baja 1000 race, the popular rugged 1,296-mile road race in Mexico. He was accompanied by his daughter, Madison Autterson. Their six-member team was led by Holly Kylberg, a high profile socialite. Autterson’s team finished in 46 hours, 22 minutes, which was 4 hours ahead of Dr. McDreamy’s group. Holly said the experience was wild despite the encounter of a helicopter crash that killed two people.
Owing to his vast management experience, different organisations have appointed Matthew Autterson to serve on their boards. Autterson is one of the active members of Falci Adaptive Biosystems’s board. Falci Adaptive Biosystems was founded by Dr. Scott Falci, a renowned chief neurosurgeon at Craig Hospital. The company is headquartered in Englewood Colorado. Scott serves as the president of the company. The company is affiliated to Falci Adaptive Motors, a non-profit organization that focuses on the development of human-machine interface and other inventions to assist the physically disabled people. Its management team consists of 10 people.
About Matthew Autterson
Matthew Autterson has vast experience in the financial services industry where he spent over two decades. Presently, he serves as the president, CEO and a board member of CNS Bioscience, Inc., which was established by Scott Falci, M.D. in 2013. CNS Bioscience develops clinical-stage therapy for neuropathic pain. Matthew’s role at Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB) is a complement of his philanthropic involvement in the community. He has also rendered his services for various charity initiatives and organizations, including the Denver Zoo, Denver Zoological Foundation and the Webb-Waring Foundation. He has also chaired the board of Denver Hospice. Matthew is affiliated with the World Presidents Organization and Young Presidents Organization.
Matthew Autterson has a B.A. in finance from Michigan State University where he graduated in 1980. He is also an alumnus of the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. The executive started his career at First Trust Corporation, an affiliate of Fiserv, before joining a newly established Colorado State chartered trust company. The company was a subsidiary of Integrated Resources, Inc., a financial services company based in New York. In 1986, Autterson was appointed to serve as the president of Resources Trust Company. Prior to the company’s acquisition by Broad, Inc. in 2001, Resources Trust Company had earned a place among the leading state-chartered FDIC-approved depository trust firms across the nation. The corporation had custodial assets worth $20 billion and deposits of over $1 billion. Broad Inc. renamed the company to SunAmerica, Inc., which was purchased by AIG. Later, it was acquired by Fiserv.