Matthew Autterson is a celebrated name in the financial management industry. He is one of the best professionals in the financial industry and also excels in philanthropy. He boasts of having worked for one of the country’s largest financial institutions. Other than being an accomplished career man, Autterson derives a lot of joy in giving back to his community.
The success of Matthew Autterson has a lot to do with his education background. He has great education accomplishments that are in line with his industry. Autterson is a graduate of Michigan State University where he acquired his Bachelor of Arts in Finance, in the year 1980. Later on, he proceeded to join the University of Denver. Here, he enrolled for the Graduate Tax Program, which was to see him sharpen his skills in this sector. These education achievements would later see him have an easy time moving up the career ladder
As a fresh graduate, Autterson began his career at First Trust Corporation. First Trust Corporation is based in Denver and is a subsidiary of Fiserv. At First trust, Autterson had the opportunity to interact with many professionals and improve his contact list. It was then that he was able to get a job at Resources Trust Company.
Autterson left First Trust Corporation in the year 1982 and was admitted by Resources Trust Company. At the time, he was part of a team that was interested in chartering the New Yok based chartered financial company, Integrated Resources Inc. At Resources Trust Company, he would work harder than anyone else, not only for the growth of the company, but also for his career growth.
Four years into his employment at Resources Trust Company, Matthew Autterson was promoted to be president of the company. During his time as the president, the company grew to be worth several billions. Also, he had improved the client base to over 200,000. And, by the time the company was being acquired by AIG, it was worth $18.
When Autterson left Resources Trust Company, he began a career in real estate and tax development. However, he was to ditch this field for his real passion, the biotechnology industry. Currently, he seats on the board of Falco Adaptive Biosystems (FAB). Additionally, he serves as the chairman of the Denver Hospice.