Chanda Kochhar is still the CEO of ICICI Bank and a final decision on her would be made post submission of Srikrishna report, Chairman of the private lender told CNBC TV18. \u00a0The report is expected to be submitted over the next two months, Girish Chandra Chaturvedi, Chairman of ICICI Bank said. Chanda Kochhar is currently on leave in case related with \u00a0alleged conflict of interest and quid pro quo in approving loans to certain business groups. Meanwhile, Chanda Kochhar is seeking re-appointment on the board of ICICI Securities as a director. The ICICI Securities\u2019 AGM that is scheduled on August 30 will consider the proposal. \u201cAppointment of Chanda Kochhar, who retires by rotation and being eligible, offers herself for re-appointment: To consider and, if thought fit, to pass the following resolution as an Ordinary Resolution,\u201d said the notice for the AGM issued by ICICI Securities. We expect the losses of ICICI Bank to come down this fiscal, he added. RBI should be open to re-considering the 1-day default norm, he also told CNBC TV18. Video:5 amazing ways a good credit score can help you in financial markets Until a panel probing the allegations comes up with the final report, Chanda Kochhar is on leave, as decided by the bank\u2019s board. Currently, a panel lead by former Supreme Court Judge Justice BN Srikrishna is independently probing the allegations against Chanda Kochhar. Chanda Kochhar is still a director on the board of other firms of the group such as ICICI Lombard General Insurance, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company, ICICI Prudential Asset Management Company and ICICI Bank Canada. Chanda Kochhar will continue to be MD and CEO of ICICI Bank, according to exchange filing by bank in June. Sandeep Bakshi has been appointed as whole-time director and COO.