According to sources the bank is now facing a crisis of gargantuan proportions after the Qatari royal family, who were reported to be involved in bond deals just last week, expressed concern over their long-term strategy.
Analysts say this could be the final nail in the coffin for the bank which this week was accused of using stealth methods to woo investors.
The bank is not commenting on the claims that their lifeline has been pulled as their credit instruments sit at almost records lows.
According to reports the bank’s Chief Executive John Cryan and Deutsche Bank’s chairman Paul Achleitner had been hoping to keep Qatar on side in the hope their continued support would help stablise the company.
But insiders say Sheik Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani has now bowed out of future deals ahead of settlements with the U.S. Justice Department.
Deutsche is facing a £11.4billion fine over its American mortgage-backed securities business which allegedly led to the US housing crisis in 2008.