Ami Modi (Nirav Modi’s Wife) Biography, Personal Life, Physical Statistics, Education, Luxuries, Income & More
Ami Modi is a diamond trader, and is the wife of Nirav Modi who was named in a banking fraud of billions of dollars that has hit India. She has been named in the FIR filed by CBI along with Nirav, Nishal and Mehul Choksi. Ami is an NRI and holds an American passport.
Let us see the Biography, Personal Life, Physical Statistics, Education, Luxuries, Income and facts about Ami Modi.
Name: Ami Javeri
DOB: September, 1970
Birth Place: New York, USA
Home Town: New York, USA
Home Address: New York, USA
Best Friends: Not Known
Hobbies: Designing, travelling, reading, and writing
Debut Work: Once she got married to Nirav Modi, she became his business partner in his diamond jewelry business
Height: 163 centimetres
Weight: 50 kilograms
Hair Color: Black
Marital Status: Married
Husband: Nirav Modi
BF: Not Known
Kids: Apasha Modi, Ananya Modi and Rohin Modi
Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
Brother/Sister: Not Known
School: Not Known
College (Graduation): Not Known
College (Post-Graduation): The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Educational Qualification: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Cars: Not Known
Bikes: Not Known
House: Not Known
Net Income: $1.76 billion (estimate)
Likes/ Dislikes: Not Known
Film: Not Known
Actor: Not Known
Actress: Not Known
Song: Not Known
More Information and Facts about Ami Modi
- She remained a Hindu after getting married with Nirav who is a Jain.
- Ami was behind the idea of using Letter of Undertaking to defraud PNB.
- In February 2018, She, along with her uncle, Mehul Choksi, and husband, Nirav Modi, was summoned under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in the more than ₹11,400 crore alleged fraud in Punjab National Bank (PNB).
- On 16 January 2018, PNB said the accused firms came with a set of documents to its Mumbai branch and demanded buyers’ credit to pay overseas suppliers, and when the branch officials asked them to come with full amount as collateral so that the bank could issue letters of undertaking” (LoUs), they said that they had used such facilities in the past without any collateral. To this, the bank scanned through records and found no trace of any transactions. On further investigation, PNB found that bank’s 2 junior employees had issued LOUs on the SWIFT interbank messaging system, which was used for international transactions, without entering the connections on the bank’s own system. Such transactions went on for years without detection.
- On 4th January 2018, she fled to New York, USA, along with her children to save herself from the scam investigations.