Currently, Matthew Autterson is one of the board members on Falci Adaptive Biosystems’ Board. The organization is a non-profit concerned with developing better therapies for individuals with neurometer disabilities. The organization has made some significant advances in the last few years, including developing a drug focused at alleviating neuropathic pain to the clinical-stage. Before joining Falci, Mr. Autterson served as the President of Resource Trust Company. The company was, however, acquired by Broad Inc., later renamed SunAmerica Inc. About eight years later, SunAmerica Inc. was also acquired by the much bigger AIG for an estimated fee of $18 billion. Before joining the Resource Trust Company, Mr. Autterson worked at the Colorado State Chartered Trust Company. His job before that, at Fiserv Subsidiary, First Trust Corporation was his first job, and he greatly excelled at it.
Despite the intimidating success Matthew Autterson has had over the years, he remains a humble man. Many of those close to him fondly refer to him as Matt, and he has maintained an open-door policy for employees and clients wherever he has worked. He is also a supporter of charitable works. He has previously had the privilege of serving as the Board Chai at Denver Hospice. Additionally, he has also as a board member at the Denver Zoo. Together with his wife, Lori, he has on numerous occasions supported the zoo’s efforts and activities. For example, in 2000 while still working at Resource Trust Company, Mr. Autterson used his high standing in the financial services industry to raise thousands of dollars on behalf of the zoo for its annual fundraising event.