Matthew Autterson is no stranger to success. From his time in college at Michigan State University, he has applied an exceptionally high amount of drive and dedication toward his goals. After college, Matthew Autterson went on to become an employee at First Trust Corporation, before finally reaching his position as president of Resources Trust Company. Matthew Autterson is also a loving father and philanthropist. He recently participated in the famed Baja 1,000 Race with with his daughter Madison Autterson.  He supports Falci Adaptive Biosystems in their mission to help the neurologically disabled. Matthew Autterson is a passionate individual, who has had high aspirations for his entire life. He strives to attain the highest levels of accomplishment in everything he does.

Beginnings

Michigan State University is acclaimed for its prestigious history and advancements. It has been known to be a place of learning for many ambitious achievers.  He graduated the university in 1980, earning a Bachelors Degree in Finance.  Autterson then went on to attend the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. He used his academic achievements to further his career and success.

Career and Achievements

Matthew Autterson immediately began his career with First Trust Corporation in Denver. After working for several years with many experienced professionals, Autterson partnered with a close team and began work on a subsidiary company for Integrated Resources Inc., located in New York. Only four years later, he became the president of Resources Trust Company. The company was then acquired by Broad Inc. in 1989 before later becoming SunAmerica Inc. In 1998 SunAmerica Inc. was acquired by AIG for $18 billion.

Philanthropy

In addition to his success in the worlds of business and finance, Matthew Autterson still cares deeply for many charitable causes. He srves as a member of the Board of Directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems which focuses on helping those with nuerometer disabilities. This non-profit organization aims to help people with these disabilities gain better mobility.

He prioritizes charity and hard work, and exemplifies the notion of outstanding business sense.