Matthew Autterson Finds Philanthropy Helping Others as His Calling

Investment management is a professional asset management of various securities and assets in order to help meet the specified investment goals of the client. Investors are a variety of different things that may include corporations, businesses, institutions, or individual clients. Asset management is often referred to the way that the assets of the client are managed and how they are invested in giving the client the best return for the money. The process of managing assets includes asset selection, stock selections, plan implementation, and ongoing management of those funds moving forwards as the portfolio grows and makes the client a profit. This is a very lucrative business in the US as the fees for managing professional accounts reached $62.4 trillion in 2012 after having flatlined since 2007 prior to then.

Matthew Autterson is an Independent Investment Management Professional who is in the Greater Denver Area. Autterson graduated from Michigan State University in 1980 where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Finance. He then moved on to the University of Denver to complete the Graduate Tax Program. Matthew Autterson continued to work in the finance industry for the next 15 years. Matthew Autterson is currently a member of the Board of Directors with the Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB). As a leader in Colorado’s business community, FAB represents Mr. Autterson’s big heart for helping animals as well as people and also current philanthropic interests.

For many years, Matthew Autterson was on the Board of the Denver Zoo and the Denver Zoological Foundation. Matthew Autterson has also served on the Board of Directors on the Denver Hospice committee as well.