Mr. Matthew Autterson is a 1980 graduate of the University of the State of Michigan where he majored in Finance. He also sought further learning by joining a tax program at Denver University after which he dove into the work scene. He took on small roles at different corporations before he landed his big break as president of Resources Trust Company in 1986. Just two years after he took on his role, Resources trust was acquired by Broad Inc., and for some time, the company changed ownership a number of times with Autterson still as the president’s seat. Despite this, the firm went on to get a state chatter and FDI licensing, making it among the biggest financial establishments in the US at the time and Mr. Autterson got the honor of serving as its long-term president at its time of glory.
After Resources Trust, Matthew Autterson landed the role of president and Chief Executive Officer at CNC Bioscience where he also has a seat on the table of board members. This role may be different from his former career path, but to him, it is an opportunity to grow and expand his career range and experience. CNS Bioscience is an establishment that deals with the development of drugs at the clinical stage with neuropathic pain as its main focus. The firm was started and launched fifteen years back by Scot Falci who currently plays the role of managing director at CNS.
In addition to his two and a half decades in the financial services industry, Mr. Autterson also has a humanitarian side to him. Matthew Autterson has served various leadership positions in foundations such as Denver Zoological and Webb waring. Leadership indeed does run in his bones as he also is a member of the Falci Adaptive Biosystems board of directors and an ex-affiliate of the world presidents’ organization and the organization of young presidents. View More Information Here.
Work aside, Matthew Autterson enjoys spending quality time with his family and has a superb relationship with his daughter Madison Autterson. He has a groove for fun activities like attending gaming events when he is not occupied with his roles at CNS Bioscience.