What is the difference between a BOP (businessowners policy) and CPP (commercial package policy)?

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The BOP policy is a bundled package of coverages designed for the average small- to medium-sized risk. The CPP policy is more of a cafeteria style policy where each coverage is tailored to the specific risk and needs of the business. The CPP policy is used most often in large businesses and those small- and medium-sized businesses that are more unique or with special needs.
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