Mr. Autterson earned a B.A in Finance from Michigan State University in 1980. Besides, he attended the University of Denver to pursue a degree program in Tax System. Mr. Autterson began his career at First Trust Corporation, an affiliate of Fiserv. In 1982, he left First Trust Corporation to join Colorado State Chartered Company, a subsidiary of Integrated Resources, a New-York-based financial services company. In 1986, he was appointed the President of Integrated Resources, Inc. Three years later, Broad Inc, which subsequently became SunAmerica acquired Resources Trust Company along with assets of Integration Resources. In 1998, SunAmerica was sold to AIG at $18 billion.


In May 2001, Fiserv acquired Resources Trust Company from AIG. Before its acquisition, Resources Trust Company was one of the largest state-chartered, depository trust companies in the United States. It provided custodial, and depository services to over 200,000 clients across the U.S. Resources Trust Company had over $1 billion in deposits, over $20 billion in custodial assets and 700 employees. Apparently, Mr. Mathew Autterson is a board member of Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB).


About Falci Adaptive Biosystems


It’s a nonprofit organization that helps people with neuromotor disabilities to increase their ability to control and adapts their environment. FAB works with leading medical centers and engineering experts to transition novel technologies into rehabilitation and adaptive systems. FAB uses its Falci Adaptive Motorsports program, an auto racing platform to inspire the disabled.


Mr. Autterson is a philanthropist and leader in Colorado’s business community. He dedicates his life to developing novel technologies to help the disabled to control their working environment. As a board member of Falci Adaptive Systems, Mr. Autterson works with physical therapists, wheelchair therapists, and recreational therapists to help improve the lives of the disabled. Following his many years in leadership roles, FAB represents Mr. Autterson’s philanthropic interests. Previously, Mr. Autterson served on the Board of Denver Zoological Foundation as well as Chairman of Denver Hospice’s Board of Directors.

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