Guillermo Olague New Deputy Director of DGOJ


Seasoned Government service and a weighty background in Law.

Guillermo Olague has been appointed deputy director general of the General de Regulacion del Juego (DGOJ).

Olagüe has a Law Degree and is a member of the Spanish High Corps of Civil Service Administrators.

He also holds a specialized degree in EU law from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and has served in various positions with Spain’s General Administration.

Most recently Olagüe served as deputy director general for Regulation in the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, where he participated in regulatory matters, notably in the fields of public health, consumers and the protection of minors.