A fast translation...
Thanks for your question. It may be time for an FAQ about it on the web. In general, we favor alternative currencies, local as well as digital. And as long as they are used in its purpose ie to correspond to a real exchange value and are not speculative and are there to make money from money, or similar to some sort of pyramid scheme. Unfortunately, we currently have no opportunities to in our systems handle Bitcoin or other types of currencies as legal tender and not have the resources to monitor transactions from a money laundering purposes as such handling would be.
Sammy Almedal, VD
Thank you. It's amazing how even employees of a progressive bank don't seem to understand that the currency they use now is there to "make money from money" and "similar to some sort of a pyramid scheme", because of interest, debt-base, seigniorage and fractional reserve banking. Society in general is so well brainwashed into accepting the status quo that they don't even realize they are being scammed and robbed by the government and banks...
Anyhow, it's useful to know JAK's position, and a sign of progress that they need a FAQ about it. Doesn't sound promising for Bitcoin in interest-free banking, because barring a complete apocalypse of the current system, Bitcoin won't be legal tender, and anti banking privacy/spy on your customer laws aren't going away either.