McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Mayra Sanchez as Vice President, SEC Reporting at Blue Owl Capital. Mayra will oversee and manage SEC reporting for Blue Owl’s non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT). She will also ensure that Generally Acceptable Accounting Principles (GAAP) are being adhered to for all financial reporting periods, financial presentations, and footnote disclosures. Additionally, Mayra will monitor procedures and internal controls over the SEC reporting process.

Mayra brings over 14 years of experience with expertise in external reporting to the SEC, investors, and lenders. Most recently, Mayra served as Senior Manager, External Reporting and Technical Accounting at Help at Home. Prior to this, Mayra was a Senior Manager, Accounting and Financial Reporting at Amsted Industries. 

Through experience, scale, and the pursuit of excellence in everything it does, Blue Owl is a leading provider of capital solutions to the private market ecosystem. The firm’s flexible, consultative approach helps position it as the partner of choice for businesses seeking capital and liquidity solutions to support their sustained growth. With over $144 billion in assets under management, Blue Owl seeks to provide institutional and private wealth clients access to differentiated, income-generating investment opportunities with a focus on risk mitigation and downside management. Blue Owl is headquartered in New York City and employs over 400 people across nine offices in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Since its inception, Blue Owl’s Real Estate platform has established itself as a leader in private equity real estate, offering flexible capital solutions to investment-grade and creditworthy tenants across asset classes and geographies. The firm seeks to provide investors with predictable current income and the potential for appreciation while limiting downside risk. 

This executive search was completed by McDermott + Bull Co-Founder and Managing Partner Chris Bull, Partner Sun-Sun de Swaan, Vice President Michael Sesker, Directors Anne Terry and Julia Markward, and Senior Research Associate Isabelle Karl.