Business Owner Policy - BOP

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DEFINITION of 'Business Owner Policy - BOP'

Insurance policies that combine protection from all major property and liability risks in one package. A Business Owner Policy or BOP is an insurance package that assembles the basic coverages required by a business owner in one bundle. It is usually sold at a premium that is less than the total cost of the individual coverages. Business Owners Policies usually target small and medium-sized businesses and typically contain business interruption insurance, which provides reimbursement for up to a year of lost revenue resulting from an insured property loss.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Business Owner Policy - BOP'

A typical business owner policy includes: property insurance, business interruption insurance, crime insurance, vehicle coverage, liabilty insurance and flood insurance. Depending on additional risks a business owner might face, the business owner and the insurance company can make arrangememnts on additional components to be added to the original package.




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