Matthew Autterson has approximately 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. Currently, he serves as the President, board member, and Chief Executive Officer of CNS Bioscience, Inc. CNS Bioscience was established in 2013 by Scott Falci, M.D. to help develop clinical-stage therapy and drug development for people experiencing neuropathic pain.

About Matthew Autterson

Mr. Autterson holds a B.A in Finance from Michigan State University since 1980. Afterwards, he attended the Graduate Tax Program at the University of Denver. Matthew kick started his career at First Trust Corporation which is a subsidiary of Fiserv. In 1982, he left the corporation to charter a new trust company in Colorado State as a subsidiary of Integrated Resources which is a financial services company based in New York.

In 1986, Matthew Autterson was appointed the president of Resources Trust Company. In May 2001, Fiserv acquired Resources Trust Company from AIG. Resources Trust Company was one of the largest FDIC-insured depository trust companies that are state- chartered in the country. The company provided custodial and depository services to over 200,000 clients brought to the company by over 15,000 registered independent financial advisors. Resources Trust Company held more than 20 billion dollars in custodial assets and more than 1 billion dollars in deposits.

Matthew’s Philanthropic Initiatives

Mr. Autterson is a philanthropist leader in the business community of Colorado. Mathew Autterson is a board member of FAB(Falci Adaptive Biosystems), a nonprofit that assists people with neuromotor disabilities have control over their working environment. Autterson works with physical, wheelchair, and recreational therapists to help improve the lives of the disabled.

As a result, Matthew’s role at FAB is a complement of his involvement in philanthropic initiatives in the community. FAB also works in close collaboration with leading engineering experts and medical centers to transition novel technologies into adaptive and rehabilitation systems. Apart from that, Mr. Autterson has rendered his services for various charitable organizations such as Denver Zoological Foundation, Denzer Zoo, as well as the Webb-Waring Foundation. He has also been the Chairman of the board of Denver Hospices, and he is a former member of the World Presidents Organization and Young Presidents Organization.

In 2007, Matthew Autterson and his daughter Madison Autterson participated in a traditional rugged 1,296-mile road race known as the Baja 1000 race in Mexico. His team consisted of six members led by a high profile socialite, Holly Kylberg, and they finished in 46 hours and 22 minutes.