Matthew Autterson, CEO of CNS Biosciences, Inc.

Matthew Autterson became President of Resources Trust Company in 1989. Resources Trust Company was a large state-chartered, FDIC insured depository trust company. It was one of the largest institution in the state with over 200,000 clients, 15,000 registered independent financial advisors, 700 employees and $20 billion in custodial assets and over 1.0 in deposits. During his 19 years of service as President, Matthew Autterson was involved a series of acquisitions besetting his company. It was acquired by of AIG in 1998 and Fiserv in 2001.

 

In 2001, he joined GL3B Partner Limited, a business consulting firm specializing in privately held and real estate investing companies. His move to CNS Biosciences may have seemed to others as a complete change, but Matthew Autterson is still building a great business, as he did with his previous positions. Accustomed to leading large organizations, he will do the same with CNS Biosciences, Inc.

 

 

Every organization he is a part of benefits from his money raising skills.

His leadership role on the board of the Denver Zoo and the Denver Zoological Foundation has resulted in his ability to engage sponsors for the zoo:

One$50,000 title sponsor, Mellon along with their Dreyfus and Buck affiliates

Six $15,000 Premiere Sponsors

Seven $7,500 Benefactor Sponsors

Several $3,000 Corporate Sponsors.

 

 

 

After 25 years in the financial services industry, Matthew Autterson is now focusing his energies on building an area of the Bioscience industry, neuropathic pain management. Today, he is CEO and President of CNS Bioscience, Inc. Dr. Scott Falci, a neurological surgeon from Englewood, NJ founded CNS Bioscience in 2013 to focus on the development of drugs to reduce and eliminate neuropathic pain.

 

 

Matthew Autterson is also a board member of CNS Bioscience. He serves on another board, as a member of the board of directors for Falci Adaptive Biosystems. Falci Adaptive Biosystems is a nonprofit organization that helps persons with neuromotor disabilities. They help them increase their ability to control their bodies and better interact with their surrounding environments. Visit This Page for additional information.

 

 

Before starting to work, Mr. Autterson studied finance at Michigan State University. In 1979, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance. He also attended the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. His first job after ending his studies was at the First Trust Corporation, a subsidiary of Fiserv. In 1982, he became a part of a small team chartering a new Colorado State chartered trust company that was a subsidiary of a New York-based financial services company Integrated Resources, Inc., which owned Resources Trust Company.

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