Fidelity Investments expects its Advisor 401(k) platform to maintain its strong recent growth pace but says it does not look for an extra boost from recently enacted pension legislation.

The Boston mutual fund giant said that assets in its Advisor 401(k)s grew 21%, to $14.5 billion, in the 12 months through June 30. This growth, coupled with platform enhancements prompted by the Pension Protection Act of 2006 that was signed by President Bush in August, has encouraged analysts to expect enormous if not exponential growth in the Fidelity product.

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