Juan Carlos Ollero Pina
Juan Carlos Ollero Pina (Melilla, 1948) is an industrial engineer and has a Master's Degree in Business Administration in Instituto San Telmo. During his professional career he has been Research and Development Manager of Sadryn; CEO of Sadiel; Company Director in Instituto de Fomento Andaluz; Chairman of Sadiel; CEO of the companies part of Caja San Fernando and Cajasol; and Chairman of Club Deportivo Baloncesto Sevilla-Cajasol (Seville’s Basketball Team) between 2005 and 2013. He is shareholder and ticketholder of Real Betis Balompié.
José Montoro Pizarro
Born in Utrera (Seville) 62 years ago. He is a well-known Notary in Seville. José Montoro has been shareholder of Real Betis Balompié since it became a Sports Incorporated Company. He has been linked to the Club for more than 20 years.
José Miguel López Catalán
Born in Seville on the 20th of March of 1970. This businessman and entrepreneur is the founder and CEO of Genera Interactive, Play tales and Bravo Studios, companies in the field of new technologies. López Catalán is, also, the third shareholder of Real Betis and currently coordinates the strategy plan of the Board “Un Nuevo Betis” (A New Betis).
Tomás Solano Franco
Born on the 20th of August of 1959 in Seville. He has an architect degree in the University of Seville; and a Master’s Degree in Urbanism and Territorial Planning in Instituto de Administraciones Públicas and the University of Seville. He is also an associated professor in the Sorbonne, in Paris, and the USTO in Oran, Algeria. He works both for private and public companies. He currently develops his professional activities in Spain, Algeria and Qatar.
Ernesto Sanguino Gómez
Ernesto Sanguino Gómez (Seville, 1967) is a lawyer. He is the founder and director of the firm Sanguino y Asociados Abogados. He cooperates with organizations in Seville, universities, businessmen associations and non-profit organizations. He is a specialist in private law. He is shareholder of Real Betis Balompié, and the grandson of Ernesto Gómez Miravé, member of the board when Benito Villamarín was Chairman.
Ángel Haro García
Ángel Haro García (Seville, 1974) is an industrial engineer. He is Master of Science in the Swansea University and CEO of the holding Wingenia. This holding, through its different companies, works in the field of renewable energies, electric facilities, energy trade, vehicle technical revision and similar fields. Ángle Haro is the fifth shareholder of Real Betis Balompié and ticketholder of the Club.
José María Pagola Serra
José María Pagola Serra (Seville, 1957) has a Degree in Law and Business Science. He is a chartered accountant, trade official, specialist in financial audit and company advice. He is shareholder and ticketholder of Real Betis Balompié.
José Moreno Romero
José Moreno Romero (Villamartín, Cádiz, 1957) is a hospitality profesional. He has worked in Villamartín, Algeciras, Seville, and currently in Madrid, where he works in restaurants Lambuzo. He is been ticketholder for more than 20 years and shareholder since 1992.
Pedro Pablo García Luna
Pedro Pablo García Luna (Córdoba, 1956) is a Medical Doctor, specialist in Endocrinology and Nutrition, and associated profesor in the University of Seville. He is the author of numerous books and articles in national and international scientific magazines about Endocrinology, Nutrition and Obesity. He directs the Nutrition and Endocrinology Unit at Virgen del Rocío Hospital (Seville) and Chairman of the Endocrinology and Nutrition Society of Andalusia. Between 2008 and 2010 he worked as endocrinologist within the medical services of Real Betis Balompié.
Adrián Fernández Romero
Adrián Fernández Romero (Madrid, 1980). He has done several degees and post-graduate courses in different management fields, in both national and international universities. Due to his experience in countries of three different continents, Fernández Romero speaks four languages. He lives and works in Seville, in different positions in several companies. The Romero Álvarez family holds the fourth biggest share of Real Betis. He is the grandson of Manuel Romero Álvarez, vice chairman at the end of the 80s, beginning of the 90s, and from whom Adrián inherited his passion for the Club.