Matthew Autterson graduated from the Michigan state university with a Bachelor of Arts in finance in the year 1980. Autterson then progressed to the University of Denver where he got to study with the graduate tax program. His career then started off at the First Trust Corporation where he worked as a senior manager. He then quit from the first trust corporation in 1982 for him to join a group of people that wanted to help charter a Colorado state corporation. They wanted to incorporate the company as a subsidiary of a financial company based in New York.
Autterson was then hired as the president of Resources Trust Company as the president of the company in 1986. After three years that is in 1989, the company resource trust along with the assets that it owned was purchased by another company, Broad Incorporation that later changed its name to Sun America. Sun America, however, did not last long as an independent company and was sold to AIG in 1998 for 18 billion dollars.
In May 2001, Fiserv made a purchase from AIG. This company, however, was doing quite well business wise on its own. It had no debts but had a lot of assets as a company as well as assets that were placed under their custody by their customers. The assets were valued at more than 20 billion dollars in the assets under its care and more than 1 billion dollars in deposits. The company had over 700 employees. The company also boasted of being one of the only companies that were state chartered as an insurance deposit company. Go Here for more information.
According to Sherri Koelbel, the host of an auction dance that was aimed at raising funds for the building of a carousel for the children who visit Denver’s Zoo. She said that the success of the auction was hugely credited to Matthew. This is because she saw that his connections in the corporate world were instrumental in raising the necessary funds. The auction attracted 2500 guests and raised a total of 600,000 dollars. There was a $50,000 title sponsor, six of Premier sponsors brought in $15,000, seven benefactor sponsors brought in $7,500, and there was a good number of corporate sponsors that brought in $3,000.
Matthew Autterson is currently working at CNS biosciences incorporation as the president and CEO.