After graduating from college Matthew Autterson found his first professional job in the financial industry. He was hired by Resource Trust company which at the time was a newly state-chartered trust company in Colorado. He started at this company in 1982 and just four years later he was named the president. He led this company until May 2001 when he departed for other opportunities. When he left this trust had over 200,000 customers and it worked with over 15,000 independent broker-dealers.
After leaving Resource Trust Company, Matthew Autterson took up a leadership position at GL3B Partners Limited, LLP where he remains as the managing partner. His company invests in assets like privately held businesses, real estate, and securities. In July 2013 he was also named as the president and chief executive officer of a newly formed Englewood-based company called CNS Biosciences, Inc. This company, established by Dr. Scott Falci, is dedicated to researching and developing neuropathic pain drug therapies. Their focus in on both the early-stage of drug discoveries and clinical-stage.
In many ways Matthew Autterson has been a philanthropist for much of his career. Beginning towards the end of 2013 he became a board member for Falci Adaptive Biosystems, a nonprofit also started by Dr. Scott Falci. This outfit is dedicated to helping those with neuromotor disabilities gain control of their environment by being able to interact with it. In order to promote this organization, they created the Falci Adaptive Motorsports program which is also meant to be inspiring for those who have been confined to a wheelchair.
Matthew Autterson had also done quite a bit to benefit the Denver Zoo, starting to support this nonprofit in 2000. One time Matthew Autterson sponsored a fundraiser, for instance, and was able to raise $600,000. This was an event that he had named, “The Do at the Zoo” and it had 2,500 guests in attendance. The money was used to put in place a children’s carousel at the zoo. The carousel, the only one of its kind in the region, has wooden replicas of endangered species that have been carved by hand.
Another charity that he was a long-term supporter of was The Denver Hospice organization. He was on their board for 15 years. This is a nonprofit that helps those who need assisted living support such as elderly people in their own homes, those living in group homes, and other arrangements.
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