Matthew Autterson Success Was More Than Just Dumb Luck

Investment management is the management of securities and assets, to meet specified investment goals for investors. Investors not only seek opinions based on forecasts and strategies but they also receive a philosophy of money management.

J.P. Morgan Asset Management, PIMCO, Capital Group, Prudential Financial and Goldman Sachs Asset Management Int. are some of the top global investment management companies.

All these companies became successful because their clients sought and obtained, higher returns and income, growth in their investment portfolios, unbiased, objective investment advice with less volatility and peace of mind.

Matthew Autterson is an Independent Investment Management Professional. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB) and a very successful and sophisticated financial advisor. Autterson’s current philanthropic interests are the Denver Zoo, Denver Zoological Foundation and the Denver Hospice where he is its Chairman of the Board.

He graduated from Michigan State University in 1979 with a B.S. degree in Finance. He then moved to Colorado. Matthew Autterson’s career began in the financial services industry, First Trust Corporation, a Colorado state-chartered trust company.

Matthew Autterson co-founded a Colorado state-chartered trust company, Resource Trust Company. He became its president in 1986 which was one of the largest state-charted financial institutions in the country. He ran this very successful business for about fifteen years.

The Resource Trust Company provided services for retirement plan assets. The retirement plan was sold by more than 10,000 independent financial planners to their clients. Resource Trust had $20 billion dollars in custodial assets and more than 500 employees.

Resource Trust, with more than $1 billion in insured assets, was the largest state-chartered financial institution in Colorado. Autterson left Resource Trust and focused his efforts on his tax and estate planning. Matthew Autterson spent 25 years in the financial services industry.

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