We have been working with a number of institutions, helping them to navigate the complexities of requirements around sustainable finance and managing the financial risks posed by climate change. One of the areas where this has been most pronounced, is in relation to branches and subsidiaries of third-country banks, who are required to both consider the requirements in the jurisdiction of their head office, but also the local law regimes in the jurisdictions in which they operate through subsidiaries and branches. In a new briefing note, we summarise some of the key considerations in this context.