In the last years of the 20th century some of developing countries were touched by currency crashes. These phenomena heated discussion about explanation of currency crisis. The international capital flow was considered to be the main reason in deepening the risk of occurrence this critical situation. As against above there was implicated that the capital structure determines the currency crashes risk. Greenfield Foreign Direct Investment was assumed as very stable. In this connection the article analyses the role of Foreign Direct Investment in sharpening the currency crisis.