At CNS Biosciences Matthew Autterson is the president as well as the CEO. He has been with this firm for almost five years. It is based in Englewood, Colorado, just outside of Denver, and it is a pharmaceutical company. Matthew leads this firm’s mission to develop neuropathic pain drugs which will help people who suffer from nerve pain.
CNS Biosciences was established by Dr. Scott Falci. He also established a charity five years ago called Falci Adaptive Biosystems. This firm works with engineers and medical centers around the nation to build technology that helps people with neuromotor disabilities. There are 2.2 million people in America who need a wheelchair or others to help them do tasks they can’t do for themselves. The technology this firm develops gives them the freedom to interact with their environment on their own. As a philanthropist, Matthew Autterson is on this nonprofit’s board of directors where he lends his decades of experience handling business matters.
After graduating from college, his alma mater is Michigan State University, Matthew Autterson moved from Michigan to the state of Colorado. He got in at the beginning of a new financial startup. This was a trust company that had been chartered by Colorado and was backed by a New York City firm called Integrated Resources. He advanced quickly and within a few short years he was named the president of the company. Read This Article for related information.
Autterson led Resources Trust Company up until May 2001, after it had been bought out by Fiserv. Matthew Autterson was very successful leading this business. His leadership led to over 200,000 people having accounts at this trust. They held around $20 billion in custodial assets and another $1 billion in deposits when the trust was sold.
In addition to CNS Biosciences, Matthew Autterson is also the managing partner of a Colorado investment firm named GL3B Partners Limited, LLP. He has been with this firm for 17 years and guides its investment decisions.
Since arriving in the Denver region, he has become a big part of the community. For a decade he had served the Denver Zoo as a finance vice chairman and their representative to the public, for instance. He was also responsible for one of their biggest money-raising event when in June 2000 he hosted their second “Do At The Zoo” This event that he organized brought in $600,000 for the zoo and was a highlight of the year for 2,500 guests.