(This story was first published on 15 February 2018. It has been reposted in light of Nirav Modi’s arrest in London. A London court had on 18 March 2019 issued an arrest warrant against the PNB fraud accused fugitive diamantaire.)Nirav Modi is at the centre of an alleged Rs 11,400 crore fraud at the state-run Punjab National Bank. He runs a network of retail stores and 26 subsidiaries across at least 10 countries, designing and making jewellery for the rich and famous.Modi had offered to repay at least Rs 6,000 crore by selling assets, bank officials who didn’t want to be identified told BloombergQuint. Here’s a snapshot of the jeweller’s empire:Modi is the promoter, managing director and chief executive officer of Firestar International Public Ltd, the parent of Firestar Diamond International Public Ltd. Modi converted the holding company, incorporated on 1 April 2004, into a public limited entity in December last year to raise capital for expanding his business.(This article was originally published on BloombergQuint)Modi’s group is an integrated diamond manufacturer that buys rough diamonds, sells polished stones and also makes jewellery. His business is organised into three segments:Diamonds: trades in rough and polished diamondsPrivate label jewellery manufacturing and distribution segment: Produces unbranded jewellery for third partiesBranded jewellery and retail: Produces branded jewellery sold via retail outlets under the Nirav Modi brand nameThe group has nine retail boutiques in India and abroad.Firestar International operates through 26 subsidiaries based in India, the US, the UK, France, Macau, Hong Kong, Belgium, the UAE, Russia and Singapore, according to details in the private placement document filed with the Registrar of Companies.Firestar Diamond International Public Ltd.India-based 100 percent subsidiary of Modi’s group. For the year ended March 2016, it reported a turnover of Rs 1,928.81 crore, according to filings with the Registrar of Companies. Its profit before tax stood at Rs 97.41 crore and profit after tax was Rs 72.87 crore.Finestar Diamond FZE, UAEIs one of the largest wholly-owned subsidiaries of the Modi group. It reported a revenue of Rs 3,099.43 crore for the year ended March 2016. Profit before tax stood at Rs 216.59 crore and profit after tax at Rs 216.59 crore.In May, last year, the board of Firestar International approved raising $75 million or Rs 495 crore from overseas entities. It sold its shares at Rs 510.22 apiece, valuing the company at Rs 6,908 crore after the placement.Promoters, including Modi, held 90.17 percent while private corporate bodies owned 9.83 percent post the fund-raising.Firestar International would end the year through March with a profit before tax of Rs 808 crore and profit after tax of Rs 686.23 crore, according to the private placement prospectus. Merchant bankers to the issue, Corporate Professionals Capital Private Ltd., said the enterprise value of the company was Rs 9,077.80 crore pre-issue. The projections also pegged the profit after tax for the company in 2022 at Rs 1,467.32 crore.The company had a debt of Rs 3,186.15 crore and cash of Rs 951.88 crore at the end of March 2017. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.