1. Wide of Limassol riviera
2. Low angle of people walking on jetty
3. Tilt down exterior of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM)'s building
4. Wide of Limassol filmed from lift
5. Tilt up of Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of Forextime (FXTM), based in Limassol
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM):
"I'm a risk taker and, for me, it's quite natural to start (a) new business in crisis. Because I believe in opportunities and I see a lot of opportunities even in (the) current crisis."
7. Various of FXTM employee working at desk
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM):
"For me (it's a) great opportunity, it's people, again. Because people make business and in (the) current situation, definitely I will be able to hire the best brains in the industry, in the financial industry in Cyprus. So, it's the greatest opportunity for me."
9. Various of Dashin on trade floor
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM):
"We've been living in this uncertainty for 10 days already and it brings the greatest damage to Cyprus's reputation, to trust in Cyprus's future, and it's the biggest risk."
11. Mid of Dashin working at his desk
12. Close of Dashin's hand on keyboard
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM):
"It's a very sensitive matter because we understand that, from the central bank point of view, they need to implement these measures, to restrict capital here in Cyprus. But also we understand that they cannot, you know, overplay with these measures. Because if you put too drastic restrictions, it's going to be like a sign for business people that 'OK, my capital is here, (it is) trapped'."
14. Various of Dashin talking to employee
15. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM):
"But still I don't think that it's going to be some substantial rush on Russian's money, run from Cyprus. Because our connections are very deep."
16. Pan of street to Russian Commercial Bank offices
17. Close of Russian Commercial Bank sign
18. Various exterior of Russian Commercial Bank
19. Mid of Russian couple on jetty, boat at anchor in background
20. Various of Limassol riviera
Banks in Cyprus are to open for the first time in more than a week on Thursday, operating for six hours from noon local time (1000 GMT).
But restrictions will be in place on financial transactions to prevent people from draining their accounts.
Before its collapse, Cyprus's banking sector grew to nearly eight times the size of the country's economy - mainly on the back of substantial deposits from Russia.
This sparked accusations that the country was being used by Russian criminals to launder their money.
Over the past week, the government in Moscow has criticised Europe's handling of the crisis in Cyprus.
Many Russian depositors are expected to lose money from a tax on accounts over 100-thousand euros in both Bank of Cyprus and Laiki.
Even so, Russian millionaire businessman Andrey Dashin told the Associated Press in an interview that he doesn't believe his fellow countrymen would rush to pull businesses or money out of the country once banks reopen.
"For me, it's quite natural to start a new business in crisis," he said.
The deal was finally reached in Brussels early on Monday, and imposes severe losses on deposits of over 100-thousand euros (128-thousand US dollars) in the country's two largest banks, Laiki and Bank of Cyprus.
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