NU Online News Service, Nov. 2, 3:11 p.m. EST

NEW YORK–Dealing with the risks from sea piracy, cyber crime and climate change, will require vision, pragmatism and the collaboration of the public and private sectors, Lloyd’s chief executive said.

That advice came from Richard Ward, chief executive officer of Lloyd’s, who said, he believed those threats can be addressed even as, “For too many people across the world, these issues seem insurmountable.” He spoke at a conference here titled “Managing Risk In The 21st Century: Climate Change, Cyber Risk and Piracy,” part of Lloyd’s 360? Risk Insight series.

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