CNA has announced the release of its enhanced Business Account Package Policy (BAPP).
The product will reportedly offer more choice and flexibility in small business coverage and limits, support profitable growth in small business, and give its independent agents the ability to reach a broader small business market. The enhanced BAPP product gives agents three levels of coverage to offer their small business clients: BAPP Basic; BAPP Classic; and BAPP Choice.
“Our independent agents will have more choice and flexibility when it comes to small business offerings from CNA,” said Henry Pippins, senior vice president of Small Business at CNA. “The enhanced BAPP will help agents reach a broader small business market while also helping them target profitable classes of business.”
Since the early release of the enhanced BAPP in January, CNA independent agents have been able to quote and book BAPP Basic, BAPP Classic and the Choice Endorsements via the secure, agent-focused Web site www.cnacentral.com.
The BAPP family of products has three levels of coverage, starting with the industry competitive BAPP Basic, then moving to the enhanced package BAPP Classic, and finally the highest level of coverage and flexibility, BAPP Choice, featuring coverage and limits tailored to focus industries including –
— Architects, Engineers & Surveyors
— Business Services
— Drug Stores
— Eating Establishments
— Financial Services
— Food/Food Stores
— General Offices
— Medical Facilities
— Universal (applies to all other industries)
Class-specific endorsements will be launched soon for –
— Travel Agency E&O
— Food Contamination Coverage
— Dry Cleaners Bailee
— Storage Location Coverage
— Pet Shop and Groomers Bailee
— Spoilage of Property in Transit
— Tenants Liability
— Temperature Change
For more information contact Brian Jirak, director of Product Management for CNA Small Business, at (312) 822-7796.
CNA’s insurance products include standard commercial lines, specialty lines, surety, marine and other property and casualty coverages. CNA services include risk management, information services, underwriting, risk control and claims administration. For more information, visit CNA at www.cna.com.
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