Olga Fraga Gómez
Olga specializes in compliance and criminal law (10 years’ experience). She has worked in González Franco Corporate & Criminal Defense, in Roxin Alliance leading international compliance projects and in Bajo & Trallero. Moreover, Olga has worked in Mucciarelli Avvocati (Milan, Italy).
Degree in Law and Business with an LLM in Criminal Law (Vigo University), LLM in Advocacy (ISDE), LLM in Protection of Fundamental Rights (UNED) and American Law Course by Columbia (NYC, USA).
Throughout her career, she has participated in numerous Compliance projects advising IBEX-35 corporations to prevent and react to corporate criminal liability. She has also participated in relevant white collar crime cases.
Since joining Deloitte Legal in 2015, Olga has coordinated numerous Compliance projects in relevant companies from different sectors and industries, including international projects, specifically in anti-corruption and anti-bribery regulations (FCPA, Bribery Act) or International Sanctions (OFAC, EU, UN). Olga is specialized in developing the compliance function, analyzing the governance and operating model, developing protocols and implementing the monitoring system.
Olga assists corporations in their Whistleblowing System strategy by defining the scope, identifying the appropriate tools or providing training sessions. She also leads internal investigations and helps in the management of whistleblower channels.
Olga is the author of (not exhaustive): «Strategies for the defense of multinational companies», in a collective book "Criminal Compliance: the responsibility of the legal person and the attribution of criminal responsibility to its managers in corporate crime", Legal Gazette, 2021; "Is it enough to manage criminal risk?" article published by Diario El Economista, 2020; «Criminal responsibility of legal persons», Roxin, 2015; translator of Black List in the collective publication «Public Compliance», Dir. Adán Martín Nieto, 2014;
Author of the "Draft reform of the Penal Code and compliance programs", CEEJ, 2013; Author of several articles in the Diario Expansión (eg, "The problem is not solved by creating more rules", "Penalty respite for companies", etc.)
Olga is a member of the International Association of Criminal Law and has participated in numerous forums on corporate criminal liability. Olga is currently a professor of Criminal Law, Compliance and Antibribery in several Colleges and Universities (ISDE-; San Pablo CEU University; Abat Oliva University; IEB; University of Castilla - La Mancha).
Olga has been ranked Best Lawyer 2020 and 2021 in the Litigation and Compliance area and Chambers & Partners in 2020 and 2021.