Victims of human rights violations have the right to effective reparations. However, those reparations are not always accessible in practice, leaving victims without redress, while those responsible for the harm inflicted continue to profit from their abuses. This report argues that it is high time for legal and policy reforms to challenge the financial impunity enjoyed by perpetrators, and fund reparations for victims. It identifies important legal and policy reforms that the UK Government should implement to ensure the repurposing of profits derived from violations of human rights and humanitarian law to provide reparations to victims. Innovative avenues are available to produce significant funds that would have a transformative impact on the lives of victims.