Cyprus finance ministers are planning to impose a weekly limit on cash withdrawals, the BBC has learned.
The country's draft capital controls include export limits on euros and a ban on cashing cheques, says Newsnight economics editor Paul Mason.
In addition, fixed-term deposits will have to be held until maturity.
Cyprus's finance minister earlier confirmed that depositors with more than 100,000 euros could see 40% of their funds converted into bank shares.
But Michalis Sarris also said that Cypriot depositors with less than 100,000 euros in their accounts "will not be hit".
"The exact percentage is not... yet decided but it is going to be significant," he told the BBC.
Cyprus's finance ministers are planning weekly cash withdrawal limits and other capital controls, as big depositors face 40% cuts in their funds