Responsibility for the CSR policy and its implementation lies with the executive board. Q-Park has a CSR committee that makes recommendations to the executive board concerning the CSR policy, including stakeholder involvement. The CEO chairs this committee.

The CSR manager is responsible for the process of gathering consistent and accurate data on time for the accountability of the policy. By providing interactive feedback to the countries and business units, the CSR manager generates greater understanding of the performance indicators and greater involvement to improve the performance.

The CEO and the directors of the country organisations are responsible for the result-oriented execution of the policy.

The CSR committee endorses the principles of corporate governance with proper supervision and transparent reporting. The duties and responsibilities of its management are carefully defined in the Q-Park Governance Code. The rules applied by the legislator applicable to two-tier board companies are anchored in the articles of association.