Fidelity does not currently see market demand for a full corporate wrap to incorporate wider workplace savings vehicles other than ISAs and SIPPs.
The group says it has no plans to launch a corporate wrap in the near future, despite the recent trend towards this type of vehicle.
Speaking at a seminar this morning, The DC Market: 2011 and Beyond, Fidelity business development director Daniel Smith said: "We do not see a demand for wider products... it is yet to be demanded through the workplace."
Smith added employers are currently too preoccupied with a raft of reforms to demand vehicles other than "core products": namely a workplace ISA, SIPP and deposit accounts.
His comments come despite a number of providers launching corporate wraps. Earlier this month, Mercer launched its workplace savings solution, while Zurich and Friends Provident are unveiling their propositions in the summer.
Fidelity head of defined contribution (DC) business and platform sales Julian Webb (pictured) added: "Employers are aware there needs to be more flexibility around saving for retirement, DC being at the core of that.
"Higher earners need something complementary to that, and low earners are looking for flexibility which fundamentally does not exist in pensions.
"Employers are showing some degree of interest in the more holistic corporate wrap, such as brokerage platforms and other products and services, but not implementing those products."
Webb said ISAs give high earners the ability to pay another £10,000 on top of the £50,000 limit in a tax free environment as well as a flexible approach to savings for younger employees who do not want to tie up their savings over a long period.
Earlier this month, Fidelity launched its workplace ISA following DC client demand.
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